For more than 35 years, the Exultate Chamber Singers have garnered praise for their sensitive, precise, and seamless performances. The choir is a talented ensemble of excellent musicianship, enriched by the varied academic and professional backgrounds of its members. Well-known for its commitment to Canadian composers, the choir performs a wide variety of acappella and accompanied works in a four-concert subscription series in Toronto. This season, the choir is pleased to welcome its new artistic director, Mark Ramsay. Highlights of the 2018/19 season include an October 26 concert featuring Samuel Barber’s Reincarnations and a secular concert on December 7 showcasing the beauty and harshness of winter, including a performance of Sarah Quartel’s “A Winter Day.” Special guests, Chorus Niagara Children’s Choir, joins Exultate for a March 30 concert, with the final concert on May 24 featuring an intriguing mix of music and readings with special guest Toronto poet Emily Sanford. Audiences at this last concert will enjoy a world première composition based on Sanford’s award-winning poetry.