Capella Regalis was founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Director Nick Halley in 2010.  The choir comprises twelve men and fourteen boys (ages 7 – 13) and is modeled on the great Anglican tradition of men and boys church choirs.  The choir rehearses at the University of King’s College Chapel and sings weekly Choral Evensongs at the Cathedral Church of All Saints in Halifax and performs concerts around Nova Scotia throughout the September – June season. Capella Regalis is a registered Society under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia and is an educational outreach programme of Musique Royale (www.musiqueroyale.com).

Coming up:

Sunday April 15th, 4.00pm at All Saints’ Cathedral: The Splendour of Venice: Music for San Marco
Works from Monteverdi’s epic 1640-41 anthology of sacred music

Directed by Paul Halley
University of King’s College Chapel Choir, with 14 period instruments,
the boy sopranos of Capella Regalis Men & Boys Choir,
and soloists: Hélène Brunet, soprano; Janelle Lucyk, soprano; Sarah Myatt, mezzo-soprano; Philippe Gagné, tenor; Nils Brown, tenor; Brett Polegato, bass

Tickets $15 – $100 plus HST
Available at www.tickethalifax.com, 902.422.6278, and at the door.