Welcome to Exultate’s 2014-2015 Season:
Of Land and Sea!
2014-2015 will be an exciting season for Exultate, filled with pleasures new and old!
Our season begins with Exultate participating in a unique concert honouring American composer Morten Lauridsen. In concert with chamber orchestra and several of Toronto’s other great choirs, Exultate will perform a set of our own and join in a mass performance of Lux Aeterna with the celebrated composer present. The concert will be held at Yorkminster Baptist Church, and will take the place of our usual October subscription series concert. We have enjoyed performing several Lauridsen pieces in the past few years, and we hope you’ll join us for this celebration!
In December our ever-popular Christmas concert returns, once again featuring Canadian composers. We are joined this year by the Mississauga Children’s Chorus. It’s a must-see concert for the season, and a great one to bring your friends and family to.
March can be a cold month – and we’re still shivering in memory of the winter past – but Exultate warms the spirits with a rich treasure-trove of choral gems based on the Psalms. O Be Joyful is the title of our concert and with spirits soothed and refreshed we will arm you with warmth and joy in anticipation of the arrival of spring. Palestrina, Di Lasso, Mendelssohn, Stanford, Mozart, Rheinberger, and Vaughan Williams… Need we say more?
Our May concert, the last of the regular season, is Songs from Sea to Sea. American and Canadian composers bring a New World sensibility to song cycles and settings, with poetry and music fitting for our varied landscapes and stormy coasts.
Normally, our season would end in May, but stay tuned! Exultate will be participating in a landmark choral event, to be announced soon…