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Welcome to the 43st season of the Elora Festival!

We are thrilled to welcome you back to the Elora Festival in 2022! Our Gambrel Barn and venues around Elora will once again resound with the glorious sounds of The Elora Singers and dozens of renowned guest artists. Your seat is waiting for you!

Whether this is your first visit, or you’ve been coming for years, we know you’ll find extraordinary musical experiences to enjoy, as we bring the best of the world to the village!

The renowned Elora Singers are the festival’s heartbeat, with performances of music spanning centuries. The Festival will open with J.S. Bach’s monumental Mass in B minor, a work compiled and created by the master composer near the end of life, and drawing on music and life experiences from his rich and long career. The utter joy of the Gloria, the heavenly sounds of the Sanctus and the tranquility of the Dona nobis pacem make this masterpiece the perfect way to return to live performance!

The Elora Singers will present solo concerts featuring music of the Baltic nations, they will collaborate with Indian-pop fusion band Autorickshaw, and premiere brand-new works by Peter Togni, Melody McKiver, Leila Adu-Gilmore and Carmen Braden.

We will present world-class guest artists, including cellist Cameron Crozman, mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó, baritone Tyler Duncan, clarinetist James Campbell and the Ralston String Quartet. Our stellar guest ensembles include The Gesualdo Six, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, the iconic Canadian Brass, and TorQ Percussion Quartet.

This year we are proud to announce the inaugural Elora Festival Summer Program for Solo and Ensemble Singing for emerging singers with an interest in the art of ensemble singing. You can hear these singers perform with The Elora Singers on Opening Night and in Recital on July 9.

Thank you for joining us in Elora! You’ll be glad you did!

Mark Vuorinen
Artistic Director of The Elora Singers and Elora Festival


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