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The Elora Singers (TES)

"...Ontario's Elora Singers and director Noel Edison should be declared national treasures by the Canadian government. The artistic care and professionalism that they commit to every project are exemplary..." - David Vernier - Classics Today

The Elora Singers (TES) is an all-professional Grammy and JUNO-nominated chamber choir. The choir was founded in 1980 by Noel Edison as the principal choral ensemble of the Elora Festival. TES is known for its rich, warm sound and clarity of texture. The choir is renowned for its diverse styles, for its commitment to Canadian repertoire, and for its collaborations with other artists.

Through its regular concert series, recordings, and touring, TES has established a reputation as one of the finest chamber choirs in Canada and beyond, contributing to the musical life of the local community, as well as the international stage.

Since 1997, the choir has been the core of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and the Toronto Mendelssohn Singers, and is the choral ensemble-in-residence of the Elora Festival each summer. Under the choir's outreach umbrella Open Road - at Home and Beyond, TES is making strong and lasting connections in their hometown of Elora:

Beyond Elora, the Singers continue to make their mark. In 2015 the Singers showcased at Carnegie Hall in New York City; In 2016 the choir performed in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Parry Sound. TES is thrilled to return to the Maritimes to help celebrate our Nation's 150th.   

Learn more at http://www.elorafestival.ca.