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We'd like to introduce you to some of our friends and supporters:

Ticket Vendors

Westminster Books, 445 King St., Fredericton, 454-1442, a stalwart independent book seller and faithful seller of our tickets.  Buy your books here, and visit their website.

Tickets are always available from choir members and at the door

 

chrchJCLDS.jpg (77532 bytes)Rehearsal Venue

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located at 
986 Smythe Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 3H2, tel. (506) 453-7863, has  graciously given us the use of their excellent facilities  for Tuesday night rehearsals for many years.

Musical Friends

Our favourite hometown orchestra is the Fredericton Chamber Orchestra.  For inquiries, contact Sam Arnold.

We're also very fond of the Centre for Musical Arts at the University of New Brunswick. Visit their website.

Symphony New Brunswick is New Brunswick's premiere orchestra.  Visit their website.

The New Brunswick Choral Federation is a non-profit organization founded in October 1979 to represent and serve the province's English-language choral community, as a counterpart to the French-speaking Fédération chorale du Nouveau-Brunswick. The federation's objectives are to 'unite, encourage and improve the level of singing among choirs throughout the Province of New Brunswick.'  Visit their website.

Performance Halls

Wilmot United Church.jpg (76183 bytes)Wilmot United Church, 473 King St., Fredericton, our longtime St. Cecilia and Christmas concert home.  It's a beautiful historic wooden church in the heart of downtown Fredericton.  Visit their website.

  

 

Tom Morrison Theatre, at Fredericton High School, Canada's oldest English language high school.  This is our soft-seat venue.

 

christchurch.jpg (34056 bytes)Christ Church Cathedral, 168 Church St., Fredericton.  Fredericton's Neo-gothic Cathedral has an interesting history and is stunning to look at.  In 1983, it was declared a National Historic Site by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. Visit the Cathedral website.

AnnaHead1850.jpg (77737 bytes)     Left: the Cathedral is pictured in an 1850 watercolour by Lady Anna Head. Right:  A photo that predates some extensive renovations done in recent years.

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