AUSOM Artist in Residence - Deantha Edmunds

Acadia University School of Music welcomes soprano Deantha Edmunds as our Artist in Residence from November 27 to December 3, 2023.  Come meet and/or enjoy a performance by Deantha - Canada's first Inuk professional classical singer.


Improvised Music in the Garden (MUSI 2693)

Please join the MUSI 2693- Playing and Hearing Music 2 class on Tuesday, November 28, 2023 at 11:30am in the KCIC Garden room for Improvised Music in the Garden - an entirely improvised performance inspired by the music of Pauline Oliveros. Come listen to this reflective and atmospheric concert perfect for ‘deep listening’ or as an accompaniment to your lunch or end-of-term studying. Admission is free.

Poster Description: Colourful instruments, music notes, flowers and shapes on a deep blue background.

O Magnum Mysterium (Acadia University Singers)

Tuesday, November 28 at 7:30pm in Denton Hall Auditorium:  

The Acadia University Singers present “O Magnum Mysterium” – a concert dedicated to the achievement, strength, perseverance, and vision of women throughout time.  Featuring diverse works by composers including Marie-Claire Saindon, Elaine Hagenberg, B.E. Boykin, Alyssia Lee, Kyle Pederson, and more, this program features choral narratives of notable historical women as well as words of inspiration celebrating the limitless potential that lies within us all.

The Acadia University Singers are a treble voice chamber choir, comprised of sopranos and altos who are both students and recent graduates of the Acadia School of Music.

This concert begins at 7:30pm in Denton Hall Auditorium.  Admission is by freewill donation at the door.   

Donations received at this concert will support the Singing IN Flanders Fields project - from April 24 to May 3, 2024, members of the Acadia University Singers will go on a concert tour to the WWI battlefields of France and Belgium, ending in Ypres, Belgium, to present a Remembrance-themed concert in site where Lt. Col. John McCrae composed his famous poem, “In Flanders Fields” on its anniversary.