• Calgary Women's Chorus

    Singing with passion, performing with flair!

  • Upcoming Concert!

    Timeless—a Year in Song

    Sunday, May 26th, 2019 @ 2:30 PM


    Calgary Women's Chorus

    Cody Obst, conductor

    Antonina Cox, piano


    St. Gerard's Catholic Church

    8944 Elbow Drive SW

    Doors open at 2:00 PM

    Concert at 2:30 PM
    Tea and Silent Auction to follow


    The Calgary Women’s Chorus presents “Timeless - a Year in Song.” This concert will feature the beautiful treble voices of the Chorus singing a collection of melodies representing the changing months in the year.


    Be ready to be delighted by choral arrangements of familiar tunes such as Gordon Lightfoot’s “Pussy Willows, Cat-tails”, the English ballad made famous by Simon & Garfunkel: “Scarborough Fair”, and Billy Joel’s “Lullaby.”


    Some of the other works include “Nigra Sum” by Pablo Casals, “As the Rain Hides the Stars” by Elaine Hagenberg, and “Snow Angel” by Canadian composer, Sarah Quartel.


    Conductor, Cody Obst says, “The passing of time is something that is constantly occurring and may sometimes even feel inescapable. We hope the power of music and the sounds of the Calgary Women’s Chorus will transport you, if only for a brief period, to a moment where you, too, feel—timeless!” They will be joined as always by Calgary musician, Antonina Cox, on piano.


    $15 Adults/Seniors
    $10 Students
    Children 12 & Under FREE


    Click the link below to purchase tickets on Eventbrite.

    You can also get tickets by contacting any choir member or by calling (403) 271-3950.


    Advance tickets recommended

    Cash only at door

  • About the Choir

    The Calgary Women's Chorus is a non-auditioned choir that was

    established in 2011 and has grown every season since then! Now with over 50 members, the women in this choir love to sing and socialize together. They rehearse weekly for an hour and a half and prepare programs for both their fall and spring sessions that are performed throughout the city at Retirement Residences, Care Centres, the Knox Carol Festival, ChoralFest, and by request. Their end-of-the-year Spring Tea always draws a big audience and lots of smiles!

  • Listen

    Here is an artistic video created from a live performance in the

    Spring of 2015.  It is the touching and tender Maritime piece,

    "The Love of the Sea" by Donna Rhodenizer.

  • Our Team

    Our wonderful and inspiring musical leaders!

    Cody Obst,

    Artistic Director & Conductor

    Cody Obst, pianist, conductor, vocal coach, and organist has dedicated his life to sharing the joy of music with everyone he meets. His remarkable technical ability, depth of musical expression, and engaging stage presence are known to transport and delight listeners from all walks of life.


    An advocate of arts accessibility for all, Mr. Obst has given well over 2,000 public presentations as soloist, accompanist, and conductor from tiny churches in rural Saskatchewan to huge concert halls in Japan. He holds Bachelor of Music and Education degrees from Brandon University and a Masters Degree from the University of Calgary (where he studied with Prof. Charles Foreman.) He performs frequently with pop vocalist, Michael Hope, and appears on a CD with him titled, “Hallelujah,” which was nominated for “Inspirational Album of the Year” by the Gospel Music Association of Canada. And he regularly works with pianists and singers of all ages through private teaching, public clinics, adjudications, and workshops.


    He values all of the arts and believes that they are life-enriching in ways that aren't always recognized by today's society. He frequents concerts of many different musical genres and also loves the theatre, ballet, contemporary dance, and the visual arts. In the rare time he isn't making music, you can find him enjoying cooking, at the movies, reading, eating at a new restaurant, or curling. Feel free to stay in contact by adding him on Facebook or Instagram!

    Antonina Cox,

    Pianist & Assistant Director

    Antonina received her early training at the Special Music School in Minsky, Belarus. She earned a Bachelor of Education and a Masters of Musicology from the Conservatory in St. Petersburg (Russia), studying piano with internationally-renowned pianist Vladimir Shakin.


    Since 1992, Antonina has pursued her career in Canada as a piano accompanist, organist and teacher. She studied organ performance at the Mount Royal Organ Academy with Terrence Fullerton and Neil Cockbourn. Antonina received a Diploma of an Associate of the Royal Canadian College of Organists.


    Antonina has accompanied many soloists and choirs, including the Mount Royal Children’s Choirs, Cantaré Children’s Choir, Calgary Choral Society, the Dutch Canadian Choir, Rachel Hop Studio, Bach Society Chorus, Revv 52. She has travelled with groups as a pianist and organist in Canada, the United States, the Netherlands, Ireland, Bulgaria, New Zealand, Australia, Italy and the Vatican.


    Antonina loves teaching young and older individuals, privately and in public schools. She currently teaches part-time at Akiva Akademy, accompanies the Calgary Girls’ School Choir, and the Calgary Women’s Choir.


    Antonina devotes the rest of her time to her family and a puppy Kingsley.

    Board Members

    Elizabeth D.


    Joyce S.

    Secretary and Communication

    Anne F.

    Performances, Attendance,

    and Liaison with Cody

    Catherine C.


    Heide B. / Barbara L. / Thelma W. / Kathy Y.

    Music Librarians 

    Diane P. / Christine V. / Ishbel W.



    Emma G. / Candy L.

    Social Media Team


    Donna W.

    New Members

  • What Are the Benefits?

    Sharing music that raises the spirits of choir members and their audiences.

    Learning vocal and breathing techniques that improve our singing ability and foster healthy living.

    Meeting with others who have common interests.

    An opportunity to participate in a broader music community.

  • Join Us

    If you are interested in singing a try-out rehearsal with us

    or would like our more detailed document,

    "Information for New Members", please contact our

    Coordinator, Elizabeth, at info@calgarywomenschorus.ca


    Our rehearsals and concerts are generally between


    September 1st and May 31st each season.


    Practices are Thursday's from 1:15 - 3:00 PM

    at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

    703 Heritage Dr SW

    Calgary, AB T2V 2W4

  • Connect

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    Link to our YouTube channel


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  • Contact

    Send us your comments or ask us to add you to our mailing list for

    information about our upcoming events!


    You can always email us at info@calgarywomenschorus.ca

    or call us at (403) 281-4733.