Cadence

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Introducing Isla

We’d be remiss if we didn’t give a big congratulations to Kurt and Gaelan for the birth of their first child!  Little Isla was born a few weeks ago and mother, daughter and father are doing just fine, eating, sleeping, and practicing contemporary vocal techniques 😉

Wigging Out!

We had fun last month recording a music video in a nearby church.  It’s in post production right now but oh Baby, it’s gonna be great!  Special thanks to Carl for lending us the awesome outfits!

Cadence with Wibi @ Cosmo Music

As always it was great to perform with the group where Cadence all started.  Back in October we had the chance to do a joint show with Wibi at Cosmo Music Warehouse.  In case you missed it, you can check out some videos by clicking here.

Cadence in Taiwan

The highlight of the summer had to be our trip to Taiwan to attend the Taipei International Choral Festival.  As we took the stage to thunderous applause, we delivered our brand of Canadian a cappella (and humour) to a receptive house.  The food was great, the buildings were amazing, and[…]

TD Jazzfest with Blood Sweat & Cadence

Last Saturday night in Toronto, we once again had the pleasure of performing with the Canadian music icon David Clayton-Thomas in the TD Jazz Festival at Nathan Philips Square.  It was a perfect summer night, the band was hot and we sang to a receptive and appreciative crowd.  Suffice to[…]

Cadence – Living on the Edge!

Over the years Cadence has done some pretty interesting gigs: from singing in a refrigerator, to hanging out with 6 month old Bengal Tiger cubs, to singing while leading a conga line around a convention centre.  However this gig takes the cake!   A few weeks ago, Cadence sang our original song[…]

Cadence and Take 6

If you know anything about vocal music, you know the name Take 6. With twelve studio recordings, these multi-Grammy winners have been setting the a cappella bar high for over three decades. It was a dream come true to open for them at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts a few[…]

For the Benefit of Regent Park School of Music

Since it’s usually “Four Men – Four Microphones”, it’s always so much fun to work with other musicians.  We recently got a chance to perform with Heather Bambrick and Mike Ferfolia.  Click here to see/hear Prince’s “How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore.”