Congratulations to our Ensemble-in-Residence
The Elora Singers, on their nomination for
Best Classical Album (Large Ensemble)
at the 52nd annual Juno Awards.
Winners will be announced on March 13.
Stay tuned for our 2023 Festival lineup coming in late February!
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Now in its 43rd season, the Elora Festival has established a reputation as Canada’s international choral festival, presenting world-class choirs and vocal ensembles over three weeks in July in the artists village of Elora, “Ontario’s most beautiful village”.
The Festival's ensemble-in-residence is The Elora Singers, one of Canada's finest professional chamber choirs.
The choir performs throughout the three weeks of the festival, both with solo concerts and in collaboration with guest artists and ensembles. The Elora Festival and The Elora Singers are both led by Artistic Director Mark Vuorinen.
The Elora Festival has presented such internationally-recognized choirs as the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Chanticleer, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal , the Trinity College Choir, the State Choir LATVIJA and such vocal ensembles as Voces 8, Cantus, The Gesualdo Six, and others.
Additional guest artists include such celebrated luminaries as Maureen Forrester, Gordon Lightfoot, Holly Cole, Sarah McLachlan, Moe Kaufman, Dame Cleo Laine, Jesse Cook, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Andre Laplante, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Randy Bachman, Ben Heppner, Chantal Kreviazuk, Natalie Macmaster and Measha Brueggergosman.
Tony Arrell, C.M., and Anne Arrell
Ken and Susan Edwards
Randall Howard and Judy McMullan
Chris and Jean Houston
Stan and Elizabeth Litch
Max and Maureen MacIntyre
Marta McCarthy and Randy Smith
Laura Robertson and Steve Hornett
Peter and Hania White