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The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald featuring Kseniya Simonova

We are proud to announce that our video for Gordon Lightfoot’s “The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald” is now live!  It’s been a labour of love and we’re thrilled to have enlisted the talents of Kseniya Simonova, winner of Ukraine’s Got Talent. The project was launched on November 10th, 2015, on[…]

Baby Madrigal

We’re very excited to announce the release of our latest video where we answer the question – what would Justin Beiber’s hit song “Baby” have sounded like in 1554? Check it out on our YouTube Channel

A cappella Camp

Cadence is very excited to be holding our first A cappella Camp! We’ll be offering a fun and interactive program for singers young and old. The dates are July 8-11 at the Beach United Church. Performances, vocal percussion, instrumental imitation, stage presence, games, circle songs & more! For info &[…]

Bobby McFerrin at RTH

We were so excited to once again work with the incredibly talented Bobby McFerrin at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto. It was a little scary to perform 90 minutes of entirely improvised music for a few thousand people (along with a couple of other performers), but it was so much[…]

May 2015 – SING! w/ DCT

Scene: It’s Sunday afternoon in a downtown condominium in Toronto. The elevator scoots us to the penthouse and we’re soon drinking beer and watching the final laps of a NASCAR race in David Clayton-Thomas’ suite. Yes, we’re ready to rehearse.  It’s so wonderful to have developed such familiarity with such[…]

Schooled in British Columbia

Currently we are in the middle of a school show tour in British Columbia, and having a blast performing for the kids (with a little help from a teacher here and there). Vancouver and Victoria are always lovely this time of year… another reason to be thankful for this job[…]

Cadence with Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra

It’s not often that Cadence gets to sing with a band, let-alone an entire orchestra! (It can also be difficult to get a good picture of a rehearsal in action so thanks for that Lucas;)   Special thanks to maestro extraordinare Colin Clarke for inviting us to the party…it was such[…]

Cadence & Jay Leno

Most recently we returned home from Texas where we had the pleasure of opening for Jay Leno.  We were fortunate to have a very receptive audience and it was a thrill to see Mr. Leno work the audience of 3500 people into hysterics. Here, Lucas workshops with a young choir[…]

Middle East to Middle Canada

Suffice to say it was a little shock to the system to tour Manitoba after Dubai, but the people were warm and receptive at all of our shows, and it’s always great to be back in Canada! We even got to throw our first rocks at a curling club (and[…]

Hello Dubai

In March were super excited to travel to Dubai and take part in Choirfest Middle East.  Everyone working at the Fridge was wonderful (including Emily, pictured with the boys below) and it was a nice reprieve from the long Canadian winter we had… We also confirmed that the Burj Khalifa is indeed just a[…]