Chor Leoni
  • May 11, 2023 | 7:30pm
  • St. Andrew’s-Wesley United

The Turning: Chor Leoni & The Leonids


“Never before in Vancouver have we heard sounds like these coming out of St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church.”  Stir Vancouver

The Leonids return to Vancouver with one of the most innovative, evocative and transformational musical events of the season. Performing independently as well as alongside Chor Leoni and its Emerging Choral Artist Program, these choral luminaries will take your breath away and touch your heart with their world-class voices and rich harmonies.

Section A $50 | Section B $35 | Section C $30 | Section D $20
35 and Under Ticket Pricing Available.

  • May 11, 2023 | 7:30pm
  • St. Andrew’s-Wesley United

The Turning: Chor Leoni & The Leonids

Chor Leoni and its star ensemble, The Leonids, return to Vancouver with a boundary-busting program about the ways music can change our hearts, minds and world.

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  • Eric Alatorre

    Bass Eric Alatorre is best known for his 28 seasons with professional vocal ensemble Chanticleer. His legendary career singing bass began in the last century, and he has sung with and mentored many new generations of singers during stops in 37 countries.

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  • Andrew Fuchs

    Tenor Andrew Fuchs’s wide-ranging repertoire includes an abundance of early music, which he has sung with such groups as Pegasus, Tenet, Artek, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, and New York Polyphony. He recently made his Kennedy Center debut in Monteverdi’s Vespers with The Thirteen and his Lincoln Center debut in Bach’s Magnificat with the American Classical Orchestra.

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  • Tim Keeler

  • Sam Kreidenweis

    Baritone Sam Kreidenweis’ stylistic versatility, rich sound, and engaging stage presence have gained him praise internationally. Sam works with the Dublin, Ireland-based Anúna, and appears across the US with ensembles such as Conspirare, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and Vocal Arts Ensemble.

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  • Enrico Lagasca

    Acclaimed to have “a beautiful sound” (The New York Times), bass-baritone Enrico Lagasca is enjoying a diverse career as a soloist and chorister across North America with repertoire from Early to Contemporary Music. He is regularly seen with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street and frequently sings with the Metropolitan Opera Chorus.

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  • Jacob Perry Jr.

    Tenor Jacob Perry Jr., based in the Washington DC Metro Area, receives praise for his “gorgeous and stylish” interpretations of Renaissance and Baroque repertoire (ClevelandClassical.com). He has been featured as a soloist with Apollo’s Fire, Handel Choir of Baltimore, Mountainside Baroque, Tempesta di Mare, and The Thirteen.

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  • Daniel Schwartz

  • Steven Soph

    A “superb vocal soloist” (The Washington Post) with “impressive clarity and color” (The New York Times), tenor Steven Soph performs concert repertoire spanning the Renaissance to modern-day. He regularly sings with top vocal ensembles including Seraphic Fire, Conspirare, Roomful of Teeth, and more.

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  • Steven Caldicott Wilson

    Tenor Steven Wilson regularly appears with Handel + Haydn Boston and the Trinity Baroque Orchestra NYC and is a member of the twice GRAMMY-nominated classical a cappella vocal quartet New York Polyphony. He has performed in major venues with the Trinity Baroque Orchestra NYC as the Evangelist in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.

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  • Sarah Rimkus

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  • Maura Bosch

  • David Lang

Concert Program

  • Die Nacht

    Franz Schubert

  • Lamentations of Jeremiah Part 1

    Thomas Tallis

  • The Turning

    Maura Bosch

    • I. Some Things You Don’t Know About Me
    • II. Then and Now
    • III. If I Could Say
  • World Premiere

    The Watcher in the Woods

    Sarah Rimkus

  • Sügav Rahu

    Giovanni Bonato

  • Manifesto

    David Lang

  • Sydameni Laulu

    Einojuhanni Rautavaara

  • Change the World

    arr. Joel Bexelius

"With their obvious elevated level of technical and expressive skill rounding out the already excellent offerings coming from the local choir, we’re keen to experience what sounds we’ll be hearing from them next." Stir Vancouver