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Luminos Ensemble is proud to showcase the best of PEI's professional choral talent.


Earth Voices

Sunday, March 24, 2:30pm
St. Paul's Church, Charlottetown

Composer Sarah Kirkland Snider’s Mass for the Endangered has been described as a celebration of, and an elegy for, the natural world—animals, plants, insects, the planet itself—an appeal for greater awareness, urgency, and action. Luminos Chamber Orchestra joins the singers of Luminos Ensemble to present this powerful and uplifting work, along with an all-new work by LCO bassist Adam Hill.

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Verdi: Requiem

Sunday, April 28, 2:30pm
Zion Presbyterian Church, Charlottetown

Verdi’s extraordinary and awe-inspiring Requiem combines the drama of opera, the thrill of wonderful symphonic writing, and stellar and virtuosic solo moments, with a deeply personal expression of grief. Although it sets the words of the Requiem mass, Verdi never intended this powerful music for church use, but as a public memorial to one of Italy’s cultural icons. Luminos Ensemble and Luminos Chamber Orchestra join forces with Island Choral Society, and soloists Georgia Edwards, Hannah O’Donnell, Justin Simard, and Brodie MacRae to present this spectacular, once-in-a-generation performance of one of the greatest works in the choral repertoire.

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Luminos Ensemble acknowledges that we live, work, and make music in Epekwitk (Prince Edward Island), which is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. The Epekwitnewaq Mi’kmaq have occupied this Island for over 12,000 years. We honour the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which recognized Mi’kmaq title and established an ongoing relationship between nations.

We are all Treaty People.

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