Join us as we continue celebrating our 10th anniversary season with Singers’ Choice! The concert takes place at Park Royal United Church on March 25 at 7:30 pm.

Singers have chosen their most cherished tunes from the ensemble’s ten-year history to create an eclectic collection of songs. From Amy Beach to Dolly Parton, the concert will highlight Sirens love of exploring the many styles found in women’s choral music.

The concert will also feature music created especially for Sirens: Lost Voices by Richard Covey, Sorrow Song of Whales by Jeff Enns, and In Her Image by Katerina Gimon.

Artistic Director Kelsea McLean is thrilled to share this milestone: “Our 10th season is a celebration of Sirens’ history! This anniversary season will see Sirens singing our most treasured and iconic choral pieces. When thinking about the last decade, we wanted to highlight music that defines our journey, but also acknowledges where we are now.”

Tickets are available online, or at the door; door sales are cash only.

On Friday, November 25, 8 pm AST, Sirens will premiere its latest music video!

Filmed at the historic Glenaladale House in Mount Stewart, PE in September 2022, our performance of “Turlutte acadienne montréalaise” is imagined through the artistic vision of award-winning Island filmmaker, Millefiore Clarke.

By Canadian composer Marie-Claire Saindon “Turlutte acadienne montréalaise” captures the traditional Acadian and Québécois musical practice of the “turlutte” or mouth reel. Voices mimic fiddle reel melodies, while adding foot percussion or “podorythmie” in this lively piece. Mouth music has been a staple at kitchen parties across Atlantic Canada’s Acadian communities for generations.

You’ll find “Turlutte acadienne montréalaise” on Sirens’ debut album, Boundless, released in 2020.

We hope you enjoy this Sirens kitchen party – catch the video premiere at the link below!

This recording and video were made possible thanks to the support of FACTOR and the government of Canada.