Soprano Nicole Jordan and the Alchemy Ensemble presents In Vocation in Wolfville this week.
Acadia graduate Jordan and her ensemble, Alchemy, will be coming to Nova Scotia from the Netherlands for concerts at the end of October. The program is called In Vocation and tells the story of a modern-day witch, using music from the 17th century. Just in time for Halloween!
Much of the music has been edited and transcribed from original sources by Acadia University’s Gordon J. Callon, Professor Emeritus of Music.
Jordan has made her career in the Netherlands as an early music, chamber music and opera singer. Besides Alchemy, she has sung with celebrated ensembles such as The Harp Consort and Concerto Copenhagen.
The Halifax native loves interdisciplinary arts and often incorporates dance and storytelling into her music performances. Her ensemble comes in a variety of shapes and forms depending on the program.
Jordan and Alchemy perform Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m, at Acadia’s Manning Memorial Chapel, Wolfville. Tickets available at the door for $15, $10 for students.