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Chor Leoni

PopCappella II

Chor Leoni – Erick Lichte, conductor | Jodi Proznick, bass | Keith Sinclair, guitar | Ken Cormier, piano | Tim Woodford, organ | Liam MacDonald, percussion

For 30 years, the choir has brought your favourite pop songs to life, and this year we do it with a full complement of instruments including keys, organ, guitar, bass, and drums. With familiar favourites and brand new works, this concert is destined for the top of the charts.

Section A $45 | Section B $35 | Section C $30 | Section D $20
Ticketing by Bard on the Beach.
A service charge of $3.68 will be added per ticket.

  • March 4 | 7:30PM
  • March 5 | 2PM & 7:30PM
  • St. Andrew’s-Wesley United

PopCappella II

High-impact harmonies collide with your favourite hits! Backed by a band of Vancouver’s best, pop and choral music are sizzled up in a fun-loving feast for the senses.

Ticketing by Bard on the Beach.

Join us opening night for a post-concert Talkback.

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Artists

PopCappella II features choral covers of songs made famous by The Weeknd, Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Cliff, A-ha, Caribou, Tegan and Sara, Judy Garland, Indigo Girls, and Avicii as well as classic standards and original works by Don Macdonald and Jodi Proznick.

  • Marie-Claire Saindon

    "Sister is simple yet poignant. I usually shy away from writing arrangements, but this piece easily gave me many deep layers to delve into."

  • Don Macdonald

  • Jodie Proznick

    Juno-nominated bassist, composer, bandleader, and educator Jodi Proznick has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s finest jazz artists. She has won numerous National Jazz Awards, including Bassist of the Year in ’08 and ’09. Her group, the Jodi Proznick Quartet, was awarded the Acoustic Group of the Year and Album of the Year in ‘08 and the Galaxie Rising Star at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in ‘04.

  • Ken Cormier

    Ken Cormier is a pianist equally at home in the classical, pop, and jazz genres. Upon completion of his classical studies at the UBC School of Music, his professional career began with 3 seasons as répétiteur with Vancouver Opera. He is currently the musical director for the musical productions of the Art's Club Theatre.

  • Keith Sinclair

    Keith Sinclair has been making music for over 20 years. He is primarily a guitar player and vocalist and has performed as a solo artist and as a sideman with a wide range of local and international artists. Keith's time singing with Chor Leoni has nurtured his love of arranging and his music is now sung by choirs around the world.

  • Liam MacDonald

    Equally in demand for his drumsset playing as well as a multi-percussionist, Liam MacDonald has contributed to an extremely eclectic mix of projects throughout his career. He has recorded and performed with a diverse range of international artists including David Hidalgo of Los Lobos, Marc Ribot, Matt Anderson, Harry Manx, Jim Byrnes, John Boutte, Celso Machado, and D.O.A.

  • Tim Woodford

    Recently appointed as Director of Music at Vancouver’s St. Andrew’s-Wesley, Tim Woodford has conducted and performed (piano, organ, voice) in the UK and abroad, as well as conducted and performed on the Proms on BBC television and ITV. He has performed for many celebrities including the Royal Family, Sir David Attenborough, and The Archbishop of Canterbury.

Concert Program

  • Over the Rainbow

    arr. Matts Halling

  • I Can See Clearly Now

    arr. David Maddux

  • Blue Skies

    arr. Keith Sinclair

  • For Once In My Life

    arr. David Maddux

  • Listen

    Jodi Proznick

  • She is the River

    Don Macdonald

  • World Premiere

    Sister

    arr. Marie-Claire Saindon

  • World Premiere

    Galileo

    arr. Keith Sinclair

  • Wake Me Up

    arr. Henrik Dahlgren

  • Intervention

    arr. Ken Cormier

  • Everything is Awesome

    arr. David Maddux

  • World Premiere

    Blinding Lights/Take on Me

    arr. Ken Cormier

  • World Premiere

    You’ll Never Walk Alone

    arr. Ken Cormier

Featured Video

The Lions have that rare ability to pull the audience into the joy and camaraderie and for a few brief hours we feel like we truly are a part of it. Thank you again for an evening I won’t soon forget!

Janine Ferguson, Audience Member