The Canadian soprano, Donna Brown performs throughout Europe, North America, South America, and she has collaborated with most of the world’s finest conductors and orchestras.
Australian-born tenor, Nils Brown is a distinguished solo performer in oratorio, opera, ensemble, and with symphony orchestras. He is regularly engaged by major orchestras and choral organizations in the USA, Canada and the UK.
Regarded by the Washington Post as a tenor who sings "…with taste, authority and agility…" and having "… a creamily sweet timbre…" (Opera News), Benjamin Butterfield has maintained an enviable position as one of Canada's foremost musical artists.
The English tenor Charles Daniels’ repertoire extends 1150 years from the ninth century to the present day. He is best known as for his interpretation of Baroque music, notably Bach, Purcell and Monteverdi.
Peter Harvey has become one of the UK's best known singers of baroque music, and the oratorio repertoire generally. He is in demand for concert appearances all over Europe and has sung with most of the leading ensembles in the field.
Canadian soprano Gillian Keith has emerged as one of Canada's leading lyric sopranos. Her superb voice and musicianship are at home both on the opera stage and on the concert platform‚ making her one of the most stylish and versatile artists of her generation.
Internationally renowned, Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc has established an extraordinary career specializing in Baroque and Classical repertoire and exploring and recording a substantial amount of unpublished material while living in Europe.
Acclaimed as one of Canada's finest concert and oratorio singers, Bass-baritone Daniel Lichti, Associate Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University since 1998, performs widely with international symphonic, choral and concert organizations.
Julie Nesrallah is an extremely versatile singer and actress with achievements and standards of musical excellence established across the continent and abroad. She dazzles audiences with her rich tone, engaging personality and deeply expressive communicative skills.
Tenor Michiel Schrey is a very versatile artist, performing a wide variety of music, from sacred works and opera of the Baroque and Classical eras to the 19th century repertoire and contemporary music.
Young Canadian soprano Agnes Zsigovics, "whose crystal-clear singing and musical manner are everything that one could ask of a Bach soprano" (Ottawa Citizen, 2008) appears with leading orchestras and choirs across Canada.