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June 28th to July 1st

We're back!
2024 Schedule:
July 1st, 3:30pm
Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre
Carleton University
355 Cooper Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0G8

After a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are so excited to bring UNISONG back to life in-full in 2024. Featuring our Guest Conductor Kathleen Allan and for the first time featuring a Guest Conductor Sherryl Sewepagaham. We are currently looking for choirs from all ages, and from all parts of Canada and beyond to take part in this thrilling event.

For over 25 years UNISONG has been the hallmark Canada day event for choristers from all across the country. This year is no different with a goal to make sure every province and territory is represented. With hundreds of singers coming together in the nation's capital, this one of-a-kind experience is one you don't want to miss.

Don't believe us? We'll let the music speak for itself.

Canada 150 Festival "Music Of Our Land" composed by Kathleen Allan, UNISONG 2017

Spacious Hall

2024 Guest

UNISONG Guest Conductor, 2024

Kathleen Allan is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto, Artistic Director of Canzona, Winnipeg’s professional Baroque choir, and a Visiting Professor at Western University. Originally From St. John’s, NL, Ms. Allan is in high demand as a conductor, composer and clinician and is equally comfortable working in early, contemporary, and symphonic repertoire. Until 2019, Ms. Allan served as the Director of Choral Studies and Associate Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra at the Vancouver Academy of Music. She was the 2016 recipient of the Sir Ernest MacMillan Prize and in 2015, conducted Handel’s Messiah and Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in Japan. She is the co-Artistic Director of vocal-instrumental chamber ensemble, Arkora.

 Artistic Director

UNISONG Artistic Director

Robert Filion’s choirs are celebrated across Canada, earning top awards at the local, provincial and national level. His vocal ensembles at the École sécondaire De La Salle have won six national championships and can be regular heard on the CBC and Radio-Canada.



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