Concerts & Tickets

“Joyful Song” with Harmonia Girls’ Choir

Saturday, November 25 @ 1pm – Park Royal United Church, Charlottetown

Get in the holiday spirit as the angelic voices of our Harmonia Girls’ Choir serenade you with songs of the season!

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“Winter’s Night” with Sirens

Friday, December 1 @ 7pm – Park Royal United Church, Charlottetown

Saturday, December 2 @ 7pm – St. Andrew’s United Church, Vernon Bridge

Join Sirens for a cozy holiday evening! Our first Christmas show in four years, the program features songs of snow, carols from around the world and of course, some seasonal favourites – and, don’t forget to grab some cider from Lady Baker’s Tea!

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“Songs of Sirens: A Fundraising Cabaret”

Friday, March 16 @ 8pm – The Guild, Charlottetown

Due to popular demand, our sell-out cabaret is back! Come hear Sirens like they’re rarely heard – ensemble members break out into solos, duos, and trios for an evening of song ranging from folk to musical theatre. All proceeds are in support of Sirens programming and educational outreach!

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“Sing a New Song” with Harmonia Girls’ Choir and Sirens

Saturday, May 5 @ 1pm, Park Royal United Church, Charlottetown

We celebrate the rebirth, hope and newness of spring – Harmonia and Sirens come together for this refreshing afternoon performance!

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“Tales and Legends” with Sirens

Sunday, June 24 @ 3pm, The Indian River Festival, Indian River

Enter the mythical world with music that explores ancient texts, folklore and legends. The concert will include a special preview performance of our newly commissioned work from Canadian choral composer Jeff Enns!

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Podium 2018: “Equals on the Edge”

Monday, July 2 @ 8pm, Basilica of St. John the Baptist, NL

Representing the province of PEI, Sirens joins forces with some of Canada’s finest equal voice choirs including Xara Choral Theatre, Vancouver Men’s Chorus, and Primus: Amabile Men’s Choir. The performance is part of Podium, Canada’s national choral conference and Festival.