Holiday Concert Season with Amabile!

 The 2018 Holiday Season is Here!
Join us as we celebrate the
music of the season!


In Merry Measure

December 1 2018
New St. James Presbyterian Church
2:30 PM

For more about how our first Holiday Concert went, click here.

Lights … Camera … Christmas!

Performed by: the Amabile Youth Singers, Prima: Amabile Women’s Choir, and Primus: Amabile Men’s Choir.

We invite you to join us and sing all your favourite Christmas songs from the movies. Hop aboard the Polar Express as we take you back to the1950s, with the classics of White Christmas, Silver Bells, and move into the music of today’s movies.

Tickets: Adults $20; Students $15.
For inquires about tickets please e-mail info@amabile.com.
To purchase tickets, call (519) 641-6795.

Date: Saturday, December 15 2018
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: First St. Andrews United Church, 350 Queens Ave.

GLORIA! A Christmas Celebration of Music

Performed by: Amabile Boys and Men’s Choir with Encore, the Concert Band.

Capping off the end of the holiday concert series with the majestic Gloria! by John Rutter, written for professional adult choir but performed flawlessly by the boys and young men of Amabile and accompanied by brass, including some of Rutter’s sublime and most pieces. And to put the last gum drop on the gingerbread house: a sing-a-long of your favourite carols and a jazzy version of the Hallelujah Concert guaranteed to have you dancing down the aisles!

Tickets are available at the door for:
Adults: $17
Seniors (65+): $14
Students: $5
Children age 10 and under: Free.

Date: Sunday, December 16 2018
Time: 2:30 pm
Location: Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School, 125 Sherwood Forest Square.


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Wendy Pauls

Wendy Pauls

Wendy Pauls is delighted to be the accompanist for the Junior Amabile Singers. In addition to piano, her training includes an ARCT in flute, undergraduate vocal study, and certification in Kodály and Orff. Wendy works part-time as a music specialist at Princess Anne French Immersion Public School and accompanies various school choirs in her hometown of Dorchester. Past musical involvements include directing the Inter-Mennonite Children’s choir in Kitchener-Waterloo and singing in chamber groups under Gerald Fagan and John Laing.