Sirens is still feeling the concert high! Thank you to everyone who came out to last evening’s performance – it is such a treat to have an audience to sing for after many hours of practice! We’re very grateful for such  a supportive community.

Along with our audience, we’d also like to thank:

  • Thank you to the administration and congregation of Trinity United Church for their continued support and the use of their sanctuary for rehearsals and performances
  • Thank you to Jeff Enns, Paul Nash, the Alberta Choral Federation and the Canadian Mennonnite University for providing scores used in tonight’s performance
  • Thank you to Eleanor Kielly-Wharton for taking our group photos
  • Thank you to our concert manager Paige Matthie and front of house volunteers
  • Thank you to Green Eye Designs on Victoria Row for the beautiful scarves worn by Sirens this evening
  • Thank you to Trevor Campbell for recording our performance

Sirens’ next full-length concert, Canadian Soundscapes, will take place Sunday, April 27th – further details will be provided in the new year!


It looks like the fall has flown by and concert night is around the corner! “Songs for a Winter’s Night,” happening December 8th in Charlottetown, launches Sirens’ first-ever concert season which includes two full length concert performances, as well as several community engagement activities. We’re very excited about this!

For all the details on our upcoming concert, click here. You may also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter as we prepare for the show. Oh, and Instagram too!

We hope to see you there!