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).
Tuesday October 18: Choral Evensong
5pm at the University of King’s College Chapel (note location)
Feast of St Luke the Evangelist
Introit: Exultet Orbis Gaudiis – Gregorian Chant
Responses: B. Rose
Canticles: The Dorian Evening Service – T.Tallis
Anthem: How Beautiful Upon The Mountains – J. Stainer
Voluntary: Toccata – G. Mushel
Excerpts from Capella Regalis Men & Boys Choir’s performance of To Bethlehem With Kings 2015. Recorded live at the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax, Nova Scotia, on December 22, 2015. Director Nick Halley. Organist Paul Halley. Maritime Brass Quintet. Audio recorded by John Adams/Stonehouse Sound. Video recorded by Katy Hopkins/The Picture House.
Our debut, six track CD, “My Eyes for Beauty Pine” was recorded at the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax, Nova Scotia in June 2014.
It is released in celebration of the 5-year anniversary of the founding of Capella Regalis (2010). The recording was made possible through the generous support of our patrons, including the 68 individuals who donated to this project specifically.
Produced by Nick Halley, Vanessa Halley and John D. S. Adams
Recorded, edited, mixed and mastered by John D. S. Adams at Stonehouse Sound.
Assistant Producer – Paul Halley
Recording Session Assistant – Elizabeth Kobes