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HarbourVOICES Concert 7: Inuksuk Drum Dancers, Ullugiagâtsuk, Shallaway Youth Choir

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HarbourVOICES Concert 15: Ullugiagâtsuk, World Youth Choir, Shallaway Youth Choir

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Current and Upcoming Performances


HarbourVOICES

HarbourVOICES Concert 15: Ullugiagâtsuk, World Youth Choir, Shallaway Youth Choir

Tickets available at the ACC Box Office

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HarbourVOICES

HarbourVOICES Concert 7: Inuksuk Drum Dancers, Ullugiagâtsuk, Shallaway Youth Choir

Tickets Available at the ACC Box Office

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Past Performances

2024 – Kaleidoscope Heart

We embarked on a powerful musical adventure that celebrated vibrant music and dance traditions from Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world. 2024 was declared the Year of the Arts here at home, providing a perfect opportunity to create connections and partnerships grounded in the beauty of local and international traditions. Together, we celebrated the unity of our global community through the universal language of music and dance.

2023 – The Legend of Saint Nicholas

Participants immersed themselves in the enchanting history and legend of Saint Nicholas, the beloved figure of the holiday season. Through music and captivating performances, they were taken on a magical journey back in time, exploring the origins and tales associated with this iconic symbol of generosity and joy.

2023 – On the Sunny Side of the Street

Our fall concert showcased a delightful medley of music, spanning various genres that were guaranteed to bring joy and laughter to all. From toe-tapping tunes to heartwarming melodies, this concert was designed to create an experience that left your family beaming with delight.

2023 – The Nagamo Project With Musica Intima 

Shallaway was proud to host the ground-breaking and Juno-nominated collaboration and tour of two of Turtle Island’s celebrated professional artists – musica intima (vocal ensemble, Vancouver) and Andrew Balfour (Composer, Winnipeg). Nagamo (sing in Ojibway) also included the powerful work Legacy and Song of the River written by internationally acclaimed singer and composer Deantha Edmunds, arranged by Leslee Heys, with collective singing and tradition sharing of Ullugiagâtsuk choir of Nunatsiavut Labrador, Shallaway Youth Choir, and the Atlantic String Quartet.

2023 – A Joyful Noise Gospel Concert 

Dr. Brainerd Blyden-Taylor, renowned Canadian Gospel music specialist, was guest conductor for this special event. With his expertise and passion for music, Dr. Blyden-Taylor brought out the best in our young singers and provided a deeper understanding of the gospel music tradition. We were joined by the Newfoundland Black Heritage Choir as a special guest artist, and they brought a powerful energy to the stage with their voices and dynamic performances.

2023 – There Will be Drama!

“There Will Be Drama!  A Shallaway Musical Theatre Revue” featured special guest alumnus Ryan McDonald. Audiences were transported to some of their favorite musicals including The Sound of Music, Newsies, Dear Evan Hansen, Sunday in the Park with George, Sidewalk Dandelion, Mamma Mia, Footloose, Matilda, Les Misérables, The Lion King, Peter Pan, Junie B. Jones, and The Jungle Book.

2022 – Sidewalk Dandelion

Sidewalk Dandelion was an original musical, starring Shallaway’s neurodiverse ensemble, Lauda. Written and composed by Kyle McDavid, the show provided a snapshot into the lives of sisters, Emily and Sophie, as they tend to the fantastical characters that populate a garden in their backyard: a vaudevillian four-leaf clover, a not-so-sunny sunflower, a hungry aphid, and even a rainy boy band called “Storm”! A story about overcoming obstacles with kindness, and how we take care of each other.

2022 – A Child’s Christmas in Wales

For the holiday season Shallaway Youth Choir marked their 30th anniversary with Dylan Thomas’ beloved classic “A Child’s Christmas in Wales.” Welcoming back Shallaway Alumnus Tom Power – host of CBC Radio’s q – as guest reader. Dylan Thomas’s words need to be heard as well as read, and the audience was mesmerized – just as they were 70 years ago – by his unconventional rhythms. A timeless masterpiece that paradoxically is about the transience of time.