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2024/2025 Season

Robert Cooper's 35th & Final Season

To Be Announced Soon!

Past Performances
2023/2024 Season

Graciously Sponsored by Janet Partridge


November 4, 2023

Celebrate JOY! Be uplifted by grand choruses that YOU and our Singers have chosen as their desert island favourites. From Bach to Bernstein, opera to broadway, traditional to new, enjoy an evening filled with the grand and the glorious, fun and the unexpected, as we inaugurate our Jubilee season. Revel in our really BIG sing!

Iain Scott, host

Leslie Higgins, soprano

David Walsh, tenor

Adam Kuiack, baritone

Niagara Symphony Orchestra


Handel Messiah
December 13, 2023

Ever wonder how ‘Rejoice Greatly’ would sound sung by a Tenor or ‘Every Valley’ sung by a Soprano? Enjoy Messiah as you know and love it…with a slight role-reversal twist! Our adventuresome soloists flip their roles just as Handel often did. Enjoy this audacious, and still cherished, holiday tradition…Hallelujah!

Jennifer Taverner, soprano

Lillian Brooks, alto

David Walsh, tenor

Clarence Frazer, bass

Concordo Orchestra


Passion Music
March 9, 2024

Experience stirring music of passion and power! Back by popular demand, Welsh composer Karl Jenkins’ poignant and profound The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace and the Niagara premiere of renowned jazz composer, Will Todd’s rousing and evocative Passion Music. Delight in this fusion of gospel, jazz, and choral music. Niagara’s celebrity jazz pianist John Sherwood, along with gospel songstress Jenna Cowans and a combo of outstanding instrumentalists bring their uplifting vibe to this music, distinctive of our times.


John Sherwood, piano

Jenna Cowans, solo

Jazz Combo


Bernstein MASS
Friday May 31st, 2024

Not-to-be-missed Ontario premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s MASS! Provocative and innovative to some, shocking to others, MASS is a celebration of human faith. Chorus Niagara merges with rock singers, dancers, and the youthful voices of Niagara in this semi-staged theatrical experience. Bernstein’s MASS is a monumental message of peace and unity, questioning “the relevance of ceremonial rituals and immutable ‘truths’ in todays increasingly secular modern world.”

MASS pulsates with the vivacious verve of ‘Lenny’.


Nathan Keoughan, celebrant

Laura Secord High School Chamber Singers 

(Katryna Sacco, conductor)

Chorus Niagara Children's Choir

(Amanda Nelli, conductor)

Dana Fradkin, stage director

Chorus Niagara Chamber Orchestra

With thanks to our Bernstein Mass Media Sponsor

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