A saxophone collage

A concert exploring the unique sonority of the saxophone quartet, the Ianuaria quartet invites you on a musical journey, starting with J.S Bach and ending in the 20th century. Featuring Gemma Gillies, soprano, Madelyn Carter, alto, Kiril Germanov, tenor, and Toby Kimura, baritone.

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Choral Christmas Eve Mass in English

Celebrate Christmas at Christ Church Cathedral! Join us for a Christmas Eve Mass in English. This Mass will feature music from the Christ Church Cathedral Choir. There will be a choral prelude before the service, starting at 10:00. The mass will begin at 10:30. This event will also be livestreamed...

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The Fourth Sunday of Advent

Since the fourth Sunday of Advent coincides with Christmas Eve, we will have one combined, bilingual Eucharist at 10:30. As always, all are welcome. Also available via the Cathedral’s YouTube Channel Bulletin   

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Lessons and Carols for Christmas

Join the Cathedral for a festive service of readings from scripture and carols to celebrate Christmas featuring music from the Christ Church Cathedral Choir. Available in-person at the Cathedral as well as streamed live at 4 pm (and recorded) on YouTube. Check here for the list of music to be...

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Carols for Advent

Join the Cathedral for a service of carols for Advent. It will be a time of readings and music to help us prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ. (Please note that this is different than the service of Lessons and Carols for Christmas, which will take place on...

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Christmas with the Choral Scholars

Join the Patrick Wedd Choral Scholars of Christ Church Cathedral for a concert of Christmas favourites. These young musicians will serenade you with familiar seasonal carols, and you’ll even have the chance to sing along with them. From solos to choral works and organ music, this concert is sure to...

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The Ground of our Lives: Faith, Ecology, Community

This Sunday-morning study will draw upon the insights of Canadian ecologist Suzanne Simard to help us explore our faith, relationships, and our place in the world. Starts Sunday, November 5th, following the 10:30 service (about noon). Drop-in friendly; no preparation required.

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The Italian Ars Nova: Music of the 14th century in Italy

The Ars Nova was a revolution that changed the face of musical culture in the late Middle Ages. In the realm of secular song, rhythm fused with metrical texts originated a new style that utilized vernacular language and polyphony to sing about love. Coating poetic forms such as the ballad,...

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