Christina Raphaëlle Haldane was the queen of the stage. Suave and seductive, she portrayed a Cleopatra who got exactly what she wanted. Her world-class soprano voice was brilliant and flute-like -- what ease of singing.

Ilmo Pokkinen - Savon Sanomat

6 October 2022

8:00 PM – 11:00 PM ADT – Thursday

Tu me voyais – album launch

Join Christina and Carl to celebrate the album release!

Aberdeen Cultural Centre 140, Botsford Street Moncton, NB E1C 4X5

10 November 2022


Tu me voyais – kitchen party!

Join Christina and Carl to celebrate the album release
Boulangerie Grains de Folie, Caraquet NB

27 November 2022


Soloist – The Messiah – G. F. Handel

Confederation Singers, Don Fraser, conductor
Trinity United Church, Charlottetown PEI

3 March 2023 | new date


Sure on this shining night

Recital with Carl Philippe Gionet, pianist
Mount Allison University, Brunton Auditorium, Sackville NB

6 May 2023


East Coast Music Awards Classical Showcase

Paul O’Reegan Hall, Halifax, NS

12 May 2023


Soloist – Power and Passion

Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra, Matthew Jones, conductor
Martingrove Collegiate Institute, Toronto ON

17 June 2023


Book launch for ‘An Evil Tale I Heard’ by Seán Haldane

The Carriage House at Beaconsfield
Charlottetown, PEI

19 August 2023


Acadian Traditions Ceilidh – Under the Spire Music Festival

St. Mary’s Church, PE