Pro Coro with conductor Michael Zaugg in All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral
(photo supplied by Pro Coro)

dPro Coro saw out the Old Year and (nearly) saw in the New Year in style at All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral on Monday, December 30, with a wide-ranging concert of modern works (Morten Lauridson, Uģis Prauliņš, Joby Talbot, and Jordan Nobles) alongside some Mahler (arranged for a capella chorus), Vincent Youmans, Rossini, and a lesser-known but delightful song for the New Year by Arthur Sullivan, all ending up with conductor Michael Zaugg’s own arrangement of Auld Lang Syne.

For Mark Morris’ full review in the Edmonton Journal, click here.