London’s 7th Annual Heritage Fair 2019: London’s Musical Heritage

In anticipation of JUNO Week coming to London in March 2019, Heritage Fair will turn up the volume on London’s musical past. Join the London Heritage Council and London Public Library on Saturday, February 16, 2019 for “Oldies but Goodies – London’s Music Heritage,” a one-day celebration of music in the Forest City.

We had a wonderful day today participating in London Heritage Council’s Heritage Fair 2019: Oldies but Goodies – London’s Music Heritage! Our Junior Amabile Singers and our Treble Concert Choir had an open rehearsal this morning in Wolf Performance Hall and sounded beautiful before heading over to Exodus London Escape Rooms for a fun-filled afternoon! We were so happy to partake in such a unique event to celebrate London’s vast musical heritage in preparation for the JUNOs in March.

Thank you to all our choristers who came out bright and early on a Saturday morning and to conductors Jackie Norman, Wendy Landon, Don Sills, and all the choir staff who came with them today! Thank you to all our volunteers who also came out today to help with our Amabile Choirs community booth! And a special thank you to the London Heritage Council for having us and for putting on a great event!

Seasons of Love

On February 14th, 2019 the Amabile Choirs held it’s first concert of 2019. Featuring the Amabile Young Women’s Ensemble (comprised of Prima: Amabile Women’s Choir and Amabile Youth Singers), the Amabile Chamber Choir, and the London Citadel Band, it was a great way to spend Valentine’s Day.

Seasons of Love filled the Salvation Army London Citadel’s Sanctuary last night with beautiful music from the Amabile Young Women’s Ensemble, Amabile Chamber Choir and the London Citadel Band. All these talented musicians had all the listeners enthralled in wonder and definitely had us feeling the love.

A special thank you to all the members of the London Citadel Band of The Salvation Army and their bandmaster John Lam for join us last night, and for playing spectacularly!

We would also like to thank all our talented choristers for their hard work in making tonight’s concert as wonderful as it was; to all the volunteers and organizers of the event; and to our wonderful accompanists on the piano and percussion. Finally, we would like to extend a thank you to our conductors: Brenda Zadorsky, Jeff Beynon and Don Sills for their hard work, dedication and efforts!