CHORALE DE LA SALLE

CHORALE DE LA SALLE is one of the two host choirs for the MosaiK Chorale Festival.  The choir is one of several choirs at École secondaire publique De La Salle. École secondaire publique De La Salle opened in the fall of 1971 with students from Mont St-Joseph convent, Rideau Street convent and Académie De La Salle. Just like Académie De La Salle, École secondaire publique De La Salle was named after Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle.

In 1983, De La Salle opened le Centre de Douance (a programme for gifted students) and le Centre d'excellence artistique (a programme geared towards artistic achievers). De La Salle became the first school in Ontario to offers those programmes in French.

CHORALE DE LA SALLE is directed by Robert Filion.  For over ten years now, Mr. Filion has taught singing and choral singing at the Centre d'excellence artistique De La Salle, and achieved many successes with his students: they performed Bizet’s Carmen in Ottawa and Kingston; the De La Salle Senior Vocal Ensemble reached the national finals in the CBC Radio Choral Competition in 2000 and 2002; and in May 2001 the De La Salle Choir was invited to New York to sing at Carnegie Hall.

 

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