It will feature beloved Canadian songs by some of the nation's most iconic songwriters reimagined through new orchestral arrangements.
DECEMBER 9, 2013 The holiday season will come alive when the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra and singer Eleanor Mc Cain present their "Holiday Pops" concert at Stephenville's Arts and Culture Centre.
Eleanor also gives us an insight into her new CD, Runaway, to be released February 2014.
The evening was emceed by Pauline Chan, CTV News, who is also a Havergal “Old Girl” circa 1983.
Gourmet food was provided by Chef Mark Mc Ewan, entertainment was provided by Eleanor Mc Cain; and Juno-award winning Sean Jones.
Mc Cain, who calls Truro her second home, is working on True North: The Canadian Songbook.
It is a time to celebrate, remember loved ones, recognize and share the achievements of hospice palliative care throughout Canada.
Eleanor will be walking with her daughter in memory of her father, Wallace.
Toronto Hike for Hospice will be at Riverdale Park West in Cabbagetown, Toronto (at Carlton Street and Sumach Street).
Il émane d’Eleanor Mc Cain une époustouflante énergie.
Une voix claire et ferme, un sou‐ rire éclatant, le brushing impeccable d’une femme d’affaires et surtout un discours passionné pour défendre son projet musical pan-canadien.
A journey that began three months ago will end this evening when classical crossover singer Eleanor Mc Cain and the NAC orchestra strike the last note of the seven songs they’ve been recording together.
Is there such as thing as a great Canadian songbook?