Organization: Halifax Camerata Singers
Location: Halifax

The Halifax Camerata Singers (Camerata) is in need of a volunteer treasurer, to begin as soon as possible.  Camerata has a paid general manager who takes care of paying invoices, paying staff, issuing tax receipts.   The duties of the treasurer are to:

  • Input deposits and payments into Sage
  • Update the budget documents when changes are made through the year
  • Work with executive and general manager to create yearly budget as well as CADAC budget.
  • Monthly bank reconciliations
  • Provide a monthly report to the Board (September – June) and attend monthly meetings of the Board (normally the first Tuesday of each month from 5:00 – 7:00 at First Baptist Church (Oxford Street, Halifax)
  • Provide T4A slips for three paid staff
  • Prepare and provide documentation for yearly review by the auditing firm.

The Halifax Camerata Singers is Atlantic Canada’s premier chamber choir. Founded in 1986 by Artistic Director Jeff Joudrey, the Nova Scotia ensemble has distinguished itself by performing exciting choral repertoire that covers all periods and styles, with special attention to Canadian music.

Members of the Halifax Camerata Singers come from many communities for the opportunity to perform demanding choral repertoire. The choir often appears in collaboration with chamber ensembles, Symphony Nova Scotia and other musicians, and since 2001 has been the core choir of the Symphony Nova Scotia Chorus. The ensemble performs in regional concert series such as Music at the Three Churches, Musique Royale, Dartmouth Community Concert Series, and Prince Edward Island’s prestigious Indian River Festival, and was invited as one of the featured choirs at an international choral festival in Edmonton in May, 2017.

The Halifax Camerata Singers organization has an active program of commissioning choral music from Canadian and international composers and is proud to encourage young singers through bursaries for the Nova Scotia Youth Choir. The not-for-profit society is managed by a volunteer board of directors. Funding comes from performances, donations and fundraising, with supporting grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, Arts Nova Scotia, Halifax Regional Municipality,  and the Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation.

Recordings  A Time for All Things (2015), Solace: Songs of Remembrance (2009), Songs of the Stable: Christmas Music from Canada (2006), Songs of Home (1997), Celtic Mass for the Sea (1993) 

Awards and Honors  2017 nominee East Coast Music Awards for Classical Recording of the Year (A Time for All Things); Winner, 2016 Music Nova Scotia Awards for Classical Recording of the Year (A Time for All Things); Spotlight performance at the first annual Edmonton International Choral Festival June 2017; Healey Willan Grand Prize and 1st place, Chamber Choir Category, 2010 National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs

On the web

Facebook      Halifax Camerata Singers

Twitter          @HalifaxCamerata

If you would like to volunteer as Treasurer of Halifax Camerata Singers, kindly email one of the following people, with a brief resume of your pertinent experience:

Lynne Kovan, Board Chair (

Peggy Walt, General Manager (