Join us on Saturday June 19 at 7:30pm (EDT) for the unveiling of this new pan-Canadian choral work in which we are very proud to have participated this spring.
A pure product of the confinement, Take This Thread / Le fil que je suis is a six-minute song written for massed choir, piano and violin by the young Vancouver composer Katerina Gimon, with a bilingual text from Montreal poet Lauren Peat.
Conceived by Mark Vuorinen, the artistic director of the Grand Philharmonic Choir from Waterloo, this virtual pan-Canadian project brings together over 160 choristers from five choirs from Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia and Quebec, whom we represent.
The launch of Take This Thread / Le fil que je suis will take place in the presence of the entire creative team, the choristers and the public.
To participate in this grand premiere on ZOOM
Saturday June 19 at 7:30pm (EDT)
The creation of this brand-new choral work was made possible through the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts, partners, and private donors.
The St. Lambert Choral Society would like to thank its loyal partners and sponsors who made this project possible. Thank you to the City of St. Lambert, to Mme Nicole Ménard, MNA for Laporte, to the Collège Charles-Lemoyne, to L’Échoppe des fromages, to the Maison Lambert and to the Résidence le Castel.