Greg MacLeod

Greg MacLeod

Greg MacLeod

Greg MacLeod

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Greg joined Nova Voce in 2011 and enjoys the different genres of music being performed; contemporary to classical. Music has always been part of his life. He was a member of a number of concert bands throughout his childhood and teenage years and has also been singing Barbershop for the last 12 years. Every July you will find him in the Metro Centre as a member of the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo Choir. Greg appreciates the camaraderie of Nova Voce and looks forward to the performances for this coming season.

Duncan Miller

Duncan Miller

Duncan Miller

Duncan Miller

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Duncan started singing at an early age and had years of voice lessons in Montreal. He first performed on stage as Robbie Burns in his High School’s production of the Operetta “Annie Laurie”. He went to Bishop’s University and sang in their Musical Revue, a Rock Group and a Folk singing Group and became President of the University Choir. He founded the University’s Coffee Shop “The Spectrum”, a venue for Montreal’s Folk talent. He got hooked on Gilbert and Sullivan and has performed all the major patter roles including the Major General in Pirates(Ottawa/Halifax ), Ko Ko in the Mikado(Ottawa/Halifax) and Sir Joseph Porter KCB in Pinafore(Halifax and on tour in NS with NS G&S Society and performed with Symphony Nova Scotia). He is a member of the Rataplan Players who perform Sullivan’s Cox and Box – hit of the Halifax Fringe in 2004 . This touring  show has been performed to raise money for local theatres in Halifax, Charlottetown, Ottawa, Bayfield and Huntsville to name a few. He is a Past President of Nova Voce . He and his wife Ann sing with the amazing Phoenix Community Choir. In real life he had a 38 year Naval career and  headed Canada’s East Coast Navy. He has sung solos with the best Navy Band ever :the Stadacona Band . He is presently the National Chair for the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires (22,000 Commissionaires in Canada) and Honorary Colonel for 406 Maritime Helicopter Operational Training Squadron who train all aircrew and Pilots on the new RCAF Cyclone helicopters.

Stephen Thompson

Stephen Thompson

Stephen Thompson

Stephen Thompson

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Music has played a major role in shaping Stephenʼs life, from his youth in Prince Edward Island, where he sang with his parents and three siblings at community events, church services and family functions. As an original member of the Confederation Centre Boysʼ Choir, he traveled extensively throughout North America. Wherever his work as a Chemical Engineer has taken him, Stephen has made time for music, including playing trumpet in high school/university and with the Fredericton Concert and Marching Band, and singing with Dartmouthʼs Bel Canto, Sarniaʼs Art Christmas Aggregation Theatrical Group, Bridgewaterʼs South Shore Chorale, the Bedford Singers and his ultimate favorite group, Nova Voce, of which he has been a member since inception. As William Shakespeare said, “If music be the food of love, play on!” Enjoy the performance and thank you for supporting male choral singing!
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