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Is the restless wind a symbol for the spirit? Is love like the grey of twilight? Chorale Musaïque contemplates the human experience in the face of mighty Mother Nature. We’ll sing the gamut – from echoes of jubilant merrymaking and poignant lamentation to vocal paintings of nature’s elemental forces. Come hear how the lines begin to blur... and if our own nature is stronger than we dare to believe.

General admission: $15. Seniors: $10. Children 12 and under: Free!

St. Thomas Anglican Church • 6897 Somerled Avenue • Montreal (QC) H4V 1V2

Don't just listen –
be part of the music.

Chorale Musaïque is a group of female singers from different walks of life, united together to create a musical kaleidoscope. Each song is a subtle twist of the lens, with voices rising in sweet harmony to highlight the rich diversity of our members.

The choir is conducted by Michelle Hugill who, in addition to being Musical Director, is also a flute, piano and voice teacher. 


Our culture




"Now I sing with purpose..."

Music has always been a joyful and important part of my life. I was constantly singing in the shower, in the car, at karaoke... basically anywhere I could! Now I sing with purpose, surrounded by a group of amazing women. I am learning the art of singing while challenging myself to sing in different languages and in various styles. I feel musically fulfilled and so proud to be part of Chorale Musaïque. It is a beautiful experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything.
— Kendra