Upcoming Performances and News

We’re jamming around the campfire during the latest lockdown. Join us in the fresh air!

Cantala is thrilled to be invited to participate in the 23rd Annual FREE Noon Hour Choir & Organ Concerts and to perform with the esteemed organist David Simon at Roy Thompson Hall: https://www.roythomsonhall.com/tickets/cantala-womens-choir/  

The Infinite Beauty of Sound

Kaipaava,Trad. Finnish folk song, arranged by Essie Wurorela and Jussi Chydenius
Missa Brevis in D by Benjamin Britten, David Simon, Organ
Las Amarillas by Canadian composer Stephen Hatfield
Five Shakespearen Songs by Toronto composer Beverly Lewis
Cantique de Jean Racine by Gabriel Faure, David Simon, organ
Songbird by Ontario composer Sarah Quartel
Prière by Cèsar Franck played by David Simon
Fête by Jean Langlais played by David Simon

Cantala Women’s Choir: Saturday, May 2, 7:00 pm
Forest Hill United Church, 2 Wembley Road (at Bathurst, just north of Eglinton)

www.cantalawomenschoir.com
Join Nancy Singla and the Cantala Women’s Choir, along with guest performers, for our spring 2020 concert. It will be a celebration of wonderful music from Canada, America, Australia and Brazil. It will feature Toronto’s percussionist, David Schotzko on marimba in a piece by Toronto composer James Rolfe.

Tickets are $20 from me personally, at the door, or online at www.cantalawomenschoir.com. A reception will follow the concert. Please stay and say hello.
Parking: free, very small parking lot on site; extremely limited free street parking, plus a small Green P parking lot one block away off of Eglinton.

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Here’s a quick recording that guitarist Mike Allen and I did last year.  “How Deep is the Ocean” by Irving Berlin  Please drop me an email to rebecca@rebeccaenkin.com if you want to be added to my mailing list.

      how deep is the ocean