Evenings @ Government House with Emmanuel Solomon

Monday, May 2, 2022

Registration is now open for an evening with tenor Emmanuel Solomon, accompanied on the piano by Gregory Myra.

In the past, Mr. Solomon has performed at Government House, with Symphony Nova Scotia, and at Cecilia Concerts. He explores genres including classical, gospel, Afro-Fusion, and popular music. 

The event will take place at Government House on Tuesday, May 10th at 7:00 PM. A full dessert reception will follow the performance.

All Evenings @ Government House events are free and open to the public. To attend, please register in advance to reserve a seat. 

Online Registration: Please fill out the registration form on our website.

Email Registration: Please send a message to lgoffice@novascotia.ca.

Phone Registration: Please call (902) 424-7001. 


About the Performance

Emmanuel Solomon is a Nigerian tenor who has completed a 4-years Bachelor of music program in Vocal Performance from the Fountain School of Performing Arts (FSPA), Dalhousie University where he studied with Professor Betty Allison. He has had the opportunity of featuring and performing at events, recitals, and concerts across Halifax, including performances at the Government House, Symphony Nova Scotia, and Cecilia Concerts. Emmanuel aspires to continue this path as a professional and versatile singer, honing his artistry as he explores genres including classical, Christian, Afro-Fusion, and popular music. 

Halifax pianist Gregory Myra received his Bachelor of music in Piano Performance in 2009 from Dalhousie University where he studied with Professor Peter Allen. Upon graduation became a Collaborative Pianist for the voice area. In 2011, he began studies at the University of Manitoba under Dr. Laura Loewen and graduated in 2013 with a Master of Music in Collaborative Piano. He has been a staff pianist at Dalhousie since 2013. He has played for the Halifax Summer Opera Festival for many years and has also performed with Opera Nova Scotia and the Dalhousie Chamber Series.