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(2008) NOVA VOCE

Our first CD, simply titled “Nova Voce” was recorded and released in 2008. It features many audience favorites from our first four years of performances and reflects our Nova Scotian heritage from Yarmouth to Cape Breton. It has been sold out for several years, so don’t miss your chance to have your own memory of one of the finest male choral groups in Canada – there are still copies of our second and third CDs available!


Nova Voce released its second CD, Making Waves, in 2010. Recorded at St. Anselm’s Roman Catholic Church in West Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia, Making Waves explores the ocean, lands, rivers and lakes that make Nova Scotia Canada’s Ocean Playground. The choir also explores the waves of emotion and inspiration that it takes from their home province and the music they perform. The recording features the warm, deep, resonant sounds of the men’s choir displaying their vocal virtuosity on a number of different song styles ranging from Stan Roger’s well known and loved “Mary Ellen Carter” through Rita MacNeil’s “She’s Called Nova Scotia.” Along the way you’ll hear the nostalgic favorite “Lilli Marlene” featuring tenor Harold Gaudet, tributes to our maritime heritage such as “Away From the Roll of the Sea” and Oscar Peterson’s famous “Hymn to Freedom.” Supplies of this CD are limited, so make sure you get your copy before we sell out!


Our most recent CD , a Christmas album, released in 2015, features the men of the choir and the Halifax Boys’ Honour Choir, performing both separately and together. The title track, “There Shall a Star,” is an arrangement of Mendelssohn’s famous work, and is sure to bring on your Christmas spirit. Recorded at Saint Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church and First Baptist Church, in Halifax, the recording highlights the sound “as soft as velvet and as deep as midnight” for which Nova Voce is so well known and the bright, youthful voices of one of the finest boys’ choirs in Canada. The musical journey consists of well known carols, contemporary Christmas and advent offerings, and international offerings such as “Bethelehemu.”