NORTH LAKESHORE CHORUS CONCERTS

 Links to News Items 

 

2015

“Canadian Choir in a WWI Tribute.” The Herald, 4 July 2015.

“County soils marks Wilson’s Belgium grave.” Margaret Haylock Capon, County Weekly News, 23 July 2015.

“Local voices were on special European tour.” Carol Evans, Northumberland Today, 10 August 2015.

“’Till the Boys Come Home.” Jill Burton, The Magazine, The Church of England Brixham Mission Community – Brixham, Churston Ferrers, Galmpton, Kingswear, August 2015.

“Canada Day.” Mari Wallace, Liphook Community Magazine, August 2015.

“Chorus reprises tribute concert.” Northumberland Today, 7 October 2015.

2014

"Concerts to honour fallen Cobourg soldier." Pete Fisher, Northumberland Today, 4 March 2014.

"Concert Features Music from the Great War." Diana Storen, Northumberland Today, 12 June 2014.

"Fort Henry pays tribute to 100th anniversary of the Great War on Saturday, June 28." Fort Henry News.

"Ceremony turns back time." Julia McKay, The Whig-Standard, 29 June 2014.

"Great War Tribute at Fort Henry." Blog by Katiebeau. 9 July 2014.

"Till the Boys Come Home." The Halifax Chronicle Herald, 24 July 2014.

"Musique Royale presents North Lakeshore Mass Chorus with Chester Brass." New Voice Language Academy, 11 August 2014.

"Musique Royale presents NORTH LAKESHORE MASS CHORUS with CHESTER BRASS in Lunenburg." All Events in Lunenburg, 11 August 2014.

"WWI Canadian Expeditionary Force tribute concert - Aug. 12." PEI Info, 1 August 2014.

"Visual Display of Local Soldiers Who Died in First World War." County Weekly News, 30 October 2014.

"Memorial honours eight County men who gave their lives in the Great War." Countylive.ca, 6 November 2014.


 

 CBC Radio Interview, Radio Morning, from Saint John New Brunswick, 6 August 2014.

On 6 August 2014 CBC Radio in Saint John, NB broadcast an 8-minute interview with North Lakeshore Chorus producer Michael Korn and with the sister of co-producer Claire Shragge, Marilyn Duplacey. Michael was in Quebec City with the tour while Marilyn was in Saint John, speaking about the gathering of local choristers who would soon be joining with the touring members of the NLSC to perform a concert. The interview, then, spans Quebec City and Saint John, and describes the collaboration of choir members from Ontario and from the area of New Brunswick around Saint John. Michael Korn speaks about the genesis of the North Lakeshore Chorus and about the format of the program 'Till the Boys Come Home.