Welcome everyone!

We are delighted you have chosen to visit us.

The Cecilian Singers are a group of people who love to share music, with each other, but most importantly with YOU.

We perform concerts twice each year, at Christmas and in the Spring.  We hope you will join us at these celebrations of music.

We welcome singers of all kinds and from everywhere!  If you love music and want to share it with appreciative audiences, you have found your new home!

Please join us!


The Cecilian Singers is a community choir, based in Saskatoon.

We are NOT an auditioned choir; rather we are a community of people who love to sing.

And do we ever sing!  We sing everything from ancient Latin chants, to classical music, to show tunes and “Putting’ on the Ritz”!

We perform two concerts per season, one at Christmas and another in the Spring.


Our next concert is coming SOON!

Won’t you join us at Zion Lutheran Church at 3:00 PM on April 14, 2019 for our concert?

Tickets are $20.00 in advance ($25.00 at the door) and can be purchased from any choir member or at McNally Robinson booksellers on 8th Street East.


You don’t want to miss it!

Christmas Concert 9 December, 2018


The Cecilian Singers is a community choir, based in Saskatoon.

We welcome members who love to sing all kinds of music.  If you are interested in joining us, please send an email to our conductor.


The Choir was founded in 1996 by Michele Hupaelo and many of the original singers were drawn from among students in Michele’s voice studio.

The choir aimed to be an un-auditioned community choir, devoted to performing a wide range of repertoire, while making room to highlight choral music by Canadian composers wherever possible.

Graham Codling took over direction of the choir in 2011 and led it in many successful concerts, following on the tradition established by Michele.

In 2018, Colin Elliott assumed the role of conductor and continues the musical tradition established by earlier conductors.  The first concert under his artistic direction was performed on December 9, 2018 at Zion Lutheran Church in Saskatoon.