Michael was proud to sing with his alma mater St. Michael’s Choir School in their Anniversary Concert celebrating 50 years of Christmas concerts at Massey Hall this past weekend (Dec 5/6, 2015)! He sang O Holy Night with the massed choir of students, and also sang with the alumni choir. Jordan De Souza, another illustrious alumni of the school, was guest conductor.
ST. MICHAEL’S CHOIR SCHOOL CELEBRATES 50 YEARS AT MASSEY HALL
A Toronto Christmas tradition
St. Michael Choir School’s Golden Jubilee at Massey Hall will showcase the school’s signature excellence in artistic performance, and will welcome special guests, including distinguished alumni Michael Colvin and Jordan De Souza, along with Lori Gemmel, True North Brass, and the SMCSAA Jubilee Choir. The concerts take place Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6 at 3 p.m. at Massey Hall. Tickets can be purchased by calling 416-872-4255 or visiting the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office. To buy tickets online, visit www.masseyhall.com.
Take part in our Christmas tradition and let us become a part of yours. Let heaven and nature sing as you join us in celebrating glorious years at Massey Hall.
A Toronto Christmas Tradition for 50 years
Massey Hall’s longest-running repeat performers return this year for the 50th anniversary of their beloved Christmas concerts on December 5th and 6th. Hear the choristers of Bond Street as their voices swell in the singing of Christmas favourites old and new, as well as the great choral masterworks of such composers as Palestrina, Bruckner, Schubert and Bach.
Founded in 1937 with the purpose of providing sacred music for services at St. Michael’s Cathedral in downtown Toronto, St. Michael’s Choir School is a centre for musical and academic excellence. Each student admitted to the Choir School is trained in vocal, technical and instrumental music, and sings in at least one of the school’s choirs. The concert features the music of boys from Grade 3 to Grade 12. This year, make St. Michael’s Choir School at Massey Hall a part of your Toronto Christmas tradition.