What is it like to be part of Capella Regalis? Come and find out!
Capella Regalis is a free programme open to any boy who passes an audition. There is a once-weekly junior choir programme that allows new choristers to learn the basics in a low-pressure environment and transition to the senior choir only when ready. In addition, the choir offers transportation to regular rehearsals for any boy who otherwise would not be able to participate.
The choir was founded in Halifax by director Nick Halley in 2010 and is modeled on the great Anglican tradition of men and boys church choirs. While Canada was once rich with such choirs, Capella Regalis is one of only a handful of liturgical men and boys choirs in Canada today. The choir sings Choral Evensong every week of the academic term in the University of Kings College Chapel. The choir also performs concerts throughout Nova Scotia and beyond in a busy September June season. Past concerts include Bachs St. Matthew Passion with the University of Kings Chapel Choir, Carmina Burana with the Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra and the Kings Chorus, the Paul Winter Consorts Missa Gaia/Earth Mass with the Kings Chorus, the recent production of Benjamin Brittens Saint Nicolas with the Kings Chorus, and the popular annual Christmas concert, To Bethlehem with Kings. In addition to services and concerts, the boys of Capella Regalis go on tours, enjoy a summer choir camp in the last week of August, and participate in various musically- and socially-enriching outings and experiences.
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University of King's College Chapel
6350 Coburg Road