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John Lindsay-Botten

John Lindsay-Botten Since moving to Halifax in 2004, John Lindsay-Botten (JLB) has been active in Greater Halifax with church music, presently acting as Music Director at Knox United Church in Lower Sackville. His most recent Opera Nova Scotia turn in May 2019 came as Francesco/chorus in The Gondoliers; one month later JLB sang in the opera-in-concert version of Escape to Freedom, which he reprised this past October at Neptune Theatre with Vocalypse Productions. This professional chorister/soloist has sung with Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Elora Festival Singers and Nathaniel Dett Chorale among others, and now lends his sultry tones to the Halifax Camerata Singers. He founded www.eastcoastcarolling.com after moving downeast, and they are in the middle of their 18th season.

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