Melos Choir and Period Instruments

 We are thrilled to announce our 2017-2018 Melos Choir and Period Instruments Concert Season!

Enter the calming Medieval cloister with us, or the raucous Renaissance Tavern Hall! Hear the Cathedral resound with our full choir, talented soli and virtuosic period instrumentalists as we explore the breadth of beautiful music from the 12th-18th century Europe.

We start our season with Virtuosic Vocals where we feature our talent soli, choir and instrumentalist who will trace the roots of Bel Canto from the 12th-18th century on Saturday, October 14th, 2017.

A Star in the East III we are joined by members of Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieaval Music as we present advent music, carols, instrumental dances and poetry from eastern and western traditions on Friday, December 1st, 2017. We will have a Pre-Concert Lecture at 7:00 P.M where a visiting scholar from Sine Nomine will speak to aspects of medieaval culture.

We then finish our concert season on Sunday, May 6th, 2018 with Sound Ground- Baroque Chaconnes and Ostinato Bassline, where we will be joined special guest lutenist Jonathan Stuchbery and Baroque Idol 2017 Jennifer Wilson. 

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We thank Collins Barrow, Kingston Ideal Weight Loss, Brent Mills Chiropractic and Rev. Georgia Ann Snell for their support of this concert.
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Our first CD ‘A Star in the East’ is now for sale! Please click HERE for more information.Screen Shot 2017-11-28 at 2.02.00 PM

 We would like to extend our thanks to our Season Corporate Sponsors

Physiotherapy Kingston and Spinal Rehab Centre


TD Bank


Kingston Ideal Weight Loss Inc

Brent Mills Chiropractic


Sun Life Financial – Foley & Sutherland Insurance and Financial Services Inc.

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Collins Barrow Chartered Accountants


We would also like to thank our Music Director’s Corporate Circle donor

the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul


For a complete list of our Season Sponsors, please CLICK HERE  

Photograph of Fontenay Abbey by Paul M. Malo