Amabile Musical Notes – our e-mail Newsletter returns!

Our apologies for allowing our Amabile Newsletter “Musical Notes” to gather dust for so long, but it’s back!

We’ll be sharing news of Amabile recording projects, reminders about concerts and appearances, FUNdraising projects, auditions, successes and more over the coming months in “Musical Notes”.

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Amabile National Anthems

Last March, the Amabile Young Women’s Ensemble stunned the skating world with out-of-this-world versions of the national anthems for the Gold medal winners at each of the four medal ceremonies. The reaction was world-wide and instant, with this website and our Facebook pages receiving hundreds of Likes and DMs of gratitude.

The four anthems they sang last March have now been recorded, CRO Canada. As the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are being counted after the games in Sochi, these may bring back some memories and are offered in tribute.

Amabile Young Women’s Ensemble, under the direction of Amabile co-founder Brenda Zadorsky, sing the national anthems of Canada, The Republic of Korea, The Russian Federation and The United States Of America:

Cdn Flag

Korean Flag

Russian flag

US flag

Outstanding best describes Midwinter

Chalk another one up for Primus: Amabile Men’s Choir, who hosted their “Midwinter Gala” on Saturday! It was a spectacular evening of beverages, food and song. Invited guests enjoyed exquisite gourmet tapas, an amazing Silent Auction and world-class music, as only the award-winning men’s choir “Primus” can deliver.

Men At Work
Chef Michael Inman guided the preparation of finger-foods for the evening, assisted by a crew of the Primus men. Here the gentlemen of Amabile are beginning the preparation of a lobster bisque.


More Men At Work
Chef Michael (second from the right) is preparing chicken and beef satays. The food was served by other members of the world-renowned Men’s choir.


Ken Conducting
…and every once in a while the men burst into song, conducted by Carol Beynon and Ken Fleet (pictured here),  accompanied by Bonnie Shewan Burroughs (behind the photographer), mesmerizing the guests.

A spectacular evening, with special thanks to Eric and Charie Morse, our hosts.

Thanks also to Larry Farquharson for his great photos (apologies for not crediting him earlier)