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Guest Artists

Daniel Taylor, Countertenor and Patron of the Ottawa Bach Choir

“I believe that Bach’s music carries a message of hope for all of us, that transcends all religions and cultures. I admire the dedication of the Ottawa Bach Choir and of Dr. Lisette Canton.”

An exclusive recording artist for Sony Classical Masterworks, Daniel Taylor is one of the most sought-after countertenors in the world and is Founder and Artistic Director of the Theatre of Early Music, a period-instrument ensemble based in Montreal comprised of musicians from all over the world.

Vocal Artists

  • Julie Nesrallah, mezzo-soprano - Julie Nesrallah is an extremely versatile singer and actress with achievements and standards of musical excellence established across the continent
  • Daniel Lichti, bass-baritone - Acclaimed as one of Canada's finest concert and oratorio singers, Bass-baritone Daniel Lichti, Associate Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University since
  • Suzie Leblanc, soprano - Internationally renowned, Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc has established an extraordinary career specializing in Baroque and Classical repertoire and exploring and
  • Gillian Keith, soprano - Canadian soprano Gillian Keith has emerged as one of Canada's leading lyric sopranos. Her superb voice and musicianship are at
  • Peter Harvey, baritone - Peter Harvey has become one of the UK's best known singers of baroque music, and the oratorio repertoire generally. He
  • Charles Daniels, tenor - The English tenor Charles Daniels’ repertoire extends 1150 years from the ninth century to the present day. He is best
  • Benjamin Butterfield, tenor - Regarded by the Washington Post as a tenor who sings "…with taste, authority and agility…" and having "… a creamily
  • Nils Brown, tenor - Australian-born tenor, Nils Brown is a distinguished solo performer in oratorio, opera, ensemble, and with symphony orchestras. He is regularly
  • Donna Brown, soprano - The Canadian soprano, Donna Brown performs throughout Europe, North America, South America, and she has collaborated with most of the

Instrumental Artists

  • Jonathan Oldengarm, organ - Montreal-based organist, Jonathan Oldengarm, is active as a recitalist, teacher and church musician. He is also a versatile collaborative artist.
  • Matthew Larkin, organ - A native of Oxford, UK, Matthew Larkin received his early musical training as a chorister in Kingston, Ontario, and later
  • Hélène Plouffe, violin - Hélène Plouffe has a passion for early music and performs it in all possible guises: as soloist, chamber player, in
  • Eric Milnes, organ - A native New Yorker, the imaginative and energized performances of Eric Milnes have been applauded at a multitude of Early
  • Matthias Maute, recorder - Matthias Maute has achieved an international reputation as conductor, recorder and flute player and as a composer. Mr. Maute is
  • Jennifer Loveless, organ - Ottawa based organist and pianist, Jennifer Loveless holds a Master’s degree in Organ Performance from McGill University. She is currently
  • Caroline Léonardelli, harp - Caroline Léonardelli classical harpist has an accomplished career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestra musician and teacher. Born in France,
  • Grégoire Jeay, recorder -
  • Matthew Halls, organ - Although he first came to prominence as a keyboard player and early music conductor, Halls, still in his thirties, is
  • Francis Colpron, recorder - Francis has been recognized as one of the most talented instrumentalists of his generation. His capacity to innovate both in
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