In April 2020, Voices Rock Medicine – a choir made up of soprano and alto physicians in Toronto – premiered an amazing video of them singing “together” through the use of technology – all separately filmed videos compiled to create a virtual choir. Inspired by the Toronto-based choir, there are at least two new physician […]
If you loved our parody videos this spring and summer, you will love what we have in store next. We are inviting any and all members of the broader Phoenix community who would like to be “Part of our World” to be featured at the Gathering Together concert as we parody the Disney classic “Part […]
“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” -Victor Hugo Throughout history, music has played the role of healer, communicator, and protestor when words or other social commentary miss the mark. Since late May 2020, a frustratingly age-old revolution has once again crescendoed from a mellowed hum […]
Live from London Online Event August 1, 2020 to October 3, 2020 “Season Tickets” for all 10 concerts available for CA$135 As Phoenix excitedly awaits hosting VOCES8 in the spring of 2021 here in Vancouver, we are also eager about a more imminent opportunity for partnership with VOCES8. Broadcast in HD from the intimate setting […]
In the spring and early summer of 2020, Phoenix published three virtual choir YouTube videos, meant to serve as fun, encouraging public service announcements reminding viewers of the importance of taking COVID-19 seriously. While we were elated by the rousing responses we received from around the world, we also became aware of similar choirs of […]
Earlier this month, we announced David Rosborough as the Phoenix Assistant Conductor for the 2020-2021 Season. We are eager to begin working with Dave and for our singers to grow under his leadership. As is now tradition for new Phoenix artistic team members, we wanted to introduce our audience to “the person behind the musical […]
Making Music in the Mess: A conversation towards a greater understanding of African Diasporic voices in Canadian choral music. Thank you to all our panelists for an open, honest, informative, and inspiring presentation. Please see below for the full recording and a list of resources mentioned during the presentation.
Phoenix is proud to present: Making Music in the Mess: A conversation towards a greater understanding of African Diasporic voices in Canadian choral music. Monday, July 6th, 2020 1:00pm PST / 4:00pm EST REGISTER HERE*