On June 23, 2019, singers and supporters of Elektra Women’s Choir will be walking and running the Scotiabank Charity Challenge 5k or 21.1k to help our choir continue our performance and outreach mandates. Choose a team member to support, or make a general donation to our team. Please support us if you can – every bit helps. Donations $10 and over will receive a tax receipt. Thank you so much!
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Elektra’s mandate is to inspire and lead in the choral art form through excellence in performance and through the creation, exploration and celebration of women’s repertoire. As part of its many outreach opportunities, Elektra is pleased to announce the winner of the Elektra Women’s Choir $500.00 Youth Scholarship for 2019. Our congratulations go to Connie Goetz, a musician from Port Coquitlam, who will be starting 2nd year of a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Victoria in
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Elektra Women’s Choir is pleased to announce the creation of the Elektra Women’s Choir Youth Scholarship.The purpose of this annual scholarship is to support a young developing musician in their music education experience. To read more and apply, please visit our scholarship page.… Read More
Congratulations to our winner of our raffle, Laura Plant!
Don’t miss out on an amazing opportunity to explore Haida Gwaii – a remote archipelago steeped in culture, history and epic adventures!
Elektra’s winter raffle allows you to enter for your chance to win a 2 nights stay at the Alaska View Lodge, generously donated by board president Paul Knickerbocker, with round-trip flights from Vancouver to Masset courtesy of Pacific Coastal Airlines. Prize valued at approximately $2,200.
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Join us January 31 for a Cultural Conversation: Past Life Melodies
Elektra invites indigenous and non-indigenous musicians, composers, educators, and music presenters to a presentation and discussion on the evening of Thursday, January 31, 2019 in Vancouver. We hope this small gathering will build networks and open fruitful conversation around respectful, informed, and inclusive cross-cultural collaboration in our community. The evening opens with a presentation by ethnomusicologist, Dr. Jeanette Gallant (D.Phil. Oxford), on indigenous borrowings in Australian composer Sarah … Read More
It’s coming up to Christmas, and Elektra is arriving at the party with seven creative guests who join us on our latest CD, entitled Silent Night. Bernat Vivancos is based in Barcelona, and his arrangement of Angels We Have Heard on High sparkles with playful nuance. Ottawa-based Kelly-Marie Murphy wrote Hodie Christus Natus Est at the invitation of both Elektra and our friends in Ottawa, l’ensemble vocal sénior De La Salle, Robert Filion, Conductor. J. David Moore’s… Read More
As of October 1st, our online season ticket sales are now complete, and we are now selling single tickets to each of our concerts for this year’s season! Ticket sales for Chez Nous: Christmas with Elektra are brisk, so don’t delay in purchasing your tickets for now – this is a concert not to be missed! Joining Elektra will be Canadian opera star, Ben Heppner, O.C., LL.D, for a family-friendly concert of familiar melodies and new choral music in celebration … Read More
Visit HERE to purchase season tickets to Elektra’s exciting 2018-19 season. Season tickets will be available for purchase until October 1st, 2018, after which time individual tickets will become available for purchase.… Read More
On Tuesday, January 30, the Canadian Senate passed a bill which approved a change to Canada’s National Anthem to reflect more inclusive, gender-neutral language. From this point on, we will now sing ‘in all of us command’ rather than the dated language of ‘in all thy sons command’. Elektra was proud to be part of the campaign to spearhead this important shift, and congratulates all those who led the way. In particular, we thank Senator Nancy Ruth – long time … Read More
In July of 2017, Elektra went on tour to the South of France and to Barcelona for the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music. We couldn’t have been be more excited to fly the Canadian flag at such a prestigious event! We invited our family and friends along with us – virtually – by writing a Tour blog, where we posted stories and pictures on a daily basis as we wound our way through Europe.… Read More