Based in Montreal since 1994, the Schola Saint Grégoire is comprised of 6 male singers who perform a capella (without instrumental accompaniment). Besides its Director, Jean-Pierre Noiseux, regular members are: Olivier Bellis, Pierre Cartier, Martin Quesnel, Louis Tanguay and Alain Vadeboncoeur. This core group is joined by additional members depending on performance requirements. All members are professional musicians or individuals possessing solid musical training.
The Schola Saint Grégoire is dedicated to the performance of Gregorian Chant and to closely related liturgical chant repertories (Milanese, Ancient Iberian, liturgical dramas, etc.). While mindful of retaining musical authenticity, the Schola Saint Grégoire also seeks to adapt Gregorian Chant to today's liturgical settings (Mass or Office).
- Participation in the Eucharist of St-Viateur d'Outremont parish each second Sunday of the month, from September through June.
- Regular performance in St-Viateur d'Outremont Church's "Espaces spirituels".
- Annual celebration of the Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord (Solemn Mass, Solemn Vespers, liturgical drama, Gregorian Chant, Ambrosian Chant, plain-chant, etc.).
- Special events (Candlemas, High Feast Vigils, etc.)
Since its inception in 1994, the Schola Saint Grégoire has performed in several Montreal area churches: the Carmelite Convent Chapel, Mary Queen of the World Cathedral, St-Viateur d'Outremont Church, St-Denis Church, St-Arsène Church, Notre-Dame-Auxiliatrice Church in Verdun, and St Andrew's and St Paul's Presbyterian Church, to name only a few.
In addition, the Schola Saint Grégoire has been a guest ensemble in the "Événements Art Sacré" series at the Centre de Créativité du Gesù, a regular participant in St-Viateur d'Outremont Church's "Espaces Spirituels," and has performed in Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church's "Concerts Spirituart," and in the "Festival de musique sacrée de l'Outaouais."
Performances of the Schola Saint Grégoire have been broadcast on Radio Ville-Marie in Montreal and on CBC TV's "Le Jour du Seigneur".