Menu Close


2020-2021 Season Announcement!


Ensemble Scholastica is eager to return to singing in beautiful venues for live audiences, but we know that not all of you may feel ready to return in person to concert halls. Rest assured: your safety, and that of our artists is our priority. Our live performances will be conducted in compliance with all the latest safety measures recommended by the authorities. And for your viewing pleasure at home, several of our season’s offerings will be available online.


The complete season can be viewed by clicking hereWe look forward to singing for you soon! 


Our latest ATMA Classique album: 

Astonishing Saints: Lost and found songs of the 12th century is available for purchase online



Upcoming concerts

Facebook feed

(English below)
Merci beaucoup à notre public d'avoir été avec nous hier en virtuel pour le concert LAUDA, et merci pour vos nombreux commentaires!
Un très grand merci à tout notre super équipe derrière la scène :
Modératrice du clavardage Geneviève Gates-Panneton; duo dynamique caméra et son: Enzo Marceau et Pénélope Davies Campeaumpeau; et Jean-Pierre Harel pour tout les reste!

Nous remercions aussi le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec et le Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada de leur soutien.

THANK-YOU to our audience who were with us online for our live webcast concert LAUDA yesterday, and thanks for all your comments.
A special thank-you to our amazing behind-the-scenes team: Geneviève Gates-Panneton, our chat moderator; Enzo Marceau and Pénélope Davies Campeau, the dynamic camera and sound duo; and Jean-Pierre Harel, who took care of the rest!

Many thanks as well to the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and to the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada for their support!
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Check out our entire 2020-2021 season

Discover Scholastica

Listen to an excerpt from our Ars elboratio CD

Hear more Scholastica tunes

Women's voices, medieval music

Ensemble Scholastica is Quebec’s only women’s vocal ensemble that specializes in medieval music and the sacred music of New France. Its nine talented singers and singer-instrumentalists are directed by leading medieval music specialist Rebecca Bain.

Contact us


(514) 894-2764

984 rue du Collège
Montreal, Qc H4C 2S2