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Chor Leoni
  • May 13, 2023 | 7:30pm
  • Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

VanMan Summit Concert

CHOR LEONI – ERICK LICHTE CONDUCTOR | KEN CORMIER, PIANO

Feel shivers and goosebumps run down your spine as you listen to 300+ voices sing together as one on stage at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts. Chor Leoni, The Leonids, our MYVoice youth choirs, Emerging Choral Artists, and VanMan Festival singers each perform their own sets and then come together to form Canada’s largest male choir for one night only. This culminating concert event of the VanMan Festival is the only event in Canada where the bright future of Canada’s singers share the stage with the finest vocal ensembles of our time. You don’t want to miss this!

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

Single tickets go on sale September 28.

  • May 13, 2023 | 7:30pm
  • Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

VanMan Summit Concert

Get inspired by the magic, power, and beauty of choral singing as 300+ voices join together and soar through the air at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.

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Artists

  • Chor Leoni

  • The Leonids

  • VanMan Festival Singers

  • MYVoice

  • Carrie Taylor

    Carrie has been teaching in the public school system for 32 years. She began her teaching career in Coquitlam and is currently teaching in Burnaby, where she enjoys teaching both band and choir. Carrie has also been the coordinator for the B.C. Provincial Honour Choir for the past several years and is one of the Directors of Vivo Children’s Choir.

  • Melodie Langevin

    Melodie is the Director of Choirs at Seycove Secondary, a vibrant school nestled in a cozy town residents affectionately call “The Cove” in North Vancouver. An avid chorister herself, Melodie discovered a passion for conducting while completing her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Manitoba.

  • Jonathan Krueger

    Jonathan teaches choral music, concert band, and vocal jazz at North Surrey Secondary School. He is a keen student of the Kodály method of music education and enjoys the challenge of working with students whose voices are developing. His award-winning choirs continue to inspire young musicians wherever they perform.

  • Johnson Lui

    Johnson Lui has been teaching at St. Thomas More Collegiate in Burnaby for the past 11 years where he directs three concert choirs, two chamber choirs, and jazz choir. The groups have won a few awards through the years including a first and two second-place finishes at the National Music Festival.