Posts By: Nick Halley

Live in Halifax, Sept. 9: Nick Halley, Glenn Patscha, and Patrick Reid piano trio

Nick Halley (percussion) joins Glenn Patscha (piano) and Patrick Reid (double bass) on September 9th, 2021 to perform an evening of jazz inspired music at Saint David’s Church in downtown Halifax. This concert is part of Saint David’s “Brick by Brick” fundraising concert series. These three jazz-steeped musicians have led three very different musical lives…. Read more »

Live at the Astor Theatre (Liverpool), Sept 10: Nick Halley, Glenn Patscha, and Patrick Reid piano trio

Nick Halley (percussion), Glenn Patscha (piano), and Patrick Reid (double bass) come together again on September 10th, 2021, to perform an evening of jazz music at the beautiful historic Astor Theatre in Liverpool, NS. September 10th, 2021 at 7:30 pm. Buy tickets online at: https://secure.ticketpro.ca/?lang=en&aff=astor#achat_AST10IS21. Read full bios of Nick, Glenn and Patrick here: https://astortheatre.ns.ca/wp/2021/08/24/nick-halley-glenn-patshca-and-patrick-reid-at-the-astor-on-september-10th/…. Read more »

Evensong for The Eve of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Evensong for The Eve of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, sung by the University of King’s College Chapel Choir, directed by Paul Halley. The anthem is “Annunciation”, a newly composed piece by Paul Halley based on the poem by Marie Howe (commissioned in honour of The Reverend Dr Gary Thorne on the 40th… Read more »

The University of King’s College Chapel Choir – Evensong Lent III

The University of King’s College Chapel Choir broadcasts Evensong from the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax. Nick Halley plays the organ voluntary, Psalm Prelude (Set I No. 3) by Herbert Howells, at the end of the service! Other featured music includes Hide Not Thy Face by R. Farrant, The Collegium Regale Service by H…. Read more »

Capella Regalis Men & Boys Choir broadcasts Choral Evensong – Feb 21, 2021

The men and boys of Capella Regalis, under the direction of Nick Halley, sang their first Evensong of term on the First Sunday in Lent. The service was audio-video recorded in the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax, and is now available at the link below. You can also view or download the service bulletin [PDF] below.  

Dinuk Wijeratne Trio at St John’s Anglican Church in Lunenburg

Listen to the Dinuk Wijeratne Trio featuring pianist and composer Dinuk Wijeratne, jazz drummer and world percussionist Nick Halley, and Tom Easley on the double bass! This concert, produced by Musique Royale, was recorded in Fall 2020 at St John’s Anglican Church’s as part of their Wednesday at Noon series.