May 23, 2019 | Vancouver, BC
WVSB Treble Honour Choir, directed by Suzanne Fulton, premieres Call yourself beautiful. Click here to see the video!
May 15-21, 2019 | Waterloo, ON
Canadian Chamber Choir – Artistic Director, Julia Davids and Associate Conductor Joel Tranquilla – records a new edition of In Song commissioned for album Seasons of Life and Landscape slated for release in autumn of 2019. Laura performed as part of the ensemble alongside Kieth Hamm (viola), Beverly Johnston (vibraphone), and Jeff Reily (bass clarinet). … Continue reading “RECORDING SESSION: In Song – laura hawley, with Canadian Chamber Choir”
May 11, 2019 | Vancouver, BC
Sonnet 113 performed in concert, The Looking Glass: Reflections on identity, technology, and self-perception in the digital age. Music by Jeff Enns, Arvo Pärt, Hugo Wolf, Holst, Britten, Schumann and Lassus centres around the musical fairytale by Canadian composer Jason Noble: “Furiouser and Spuriouser” or “Unforeseen Consequences of the Democratization of Knowledge.” Andrew Staniland’s “On … Continue reading “CONCERT: Sonnet 113 performed by Phoenix Chamber Choir with Kathleen Allan”
May 11, 2019 | Calgary, AB
Savridi Singers Association premieres Remember, woman in a concert celebrating the power of women’s voices.
May 4th, 2019 | Vancouver, BC
Elektra Women’s Choir premieres laura hawley’s arrangement of Joni Mitchell’s Chelsea Morning in their concert, “I am in need of music”
April 27, 2019 | Ottawa, ON
Laura’s final concert as Artistic Director of Hypatia’s Voice, comprising a musical dissertation on the many facets and experiences of light – internal, external, and celestial. The program featured the premiere a stunning work by Ottawa composer John Armstrong alongside works by O’Regan (A light exists in spring), Chilcott (Song of the stars), Paulus (Songs … Continue reading “CONCERT: Walking Through Light – Laura Hawley conducts Hypatia’s Voice Women’s Choir”
April 10, 2019 | Regina, SK
All-day choral art workshop with the fantastic students of Riffel High School and their director, Stacy Allan, exploring group improvisation, vocal technique, accompanying, and workshopping interpretation of The Sun is Mine.