Singin' and Dancin' and South america!

So much is happening!  Feels like we finished building the new studio in Toronto (CaveSpace) and boom, in came the good work!

Firstly, The Canada Council for the Arts has awarded me the opportunity to continue working with the Echo Women’s Choir, so I’m on again as Artist in Residence, composing/arranging a new work and being mentored by Alan Gasser and Becca Whitla in the ways of Choral Direction.  Thank You CCA and Echo Choir!

Second, I’ll be leading the middle voices of Moving Parts, singing in the choir that will be accompanying the extraordinary dancers of Fujiwara Dance Inventions to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of DanceWorks. I’m so happy to be on stage with this crew. We perform November 16 -18 2017 at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.

Thirdly, I’m working on another electro-based composition/production for the intense and hard hitting dance company Drastic Action, choreographer Aviva Geismar (NYC).  It’s been a little while since I’ve had the chance to exercise these muscles.  Feels good.  Stay tuned for the premiere in the Big Apple.

Fourthly, I’ll be playing for the first time in South America on December 2nd as part of Tio Roque festival, Joined by Uruguay’s own Fernando Rosa of El Club De Tobi.  We'll be going electric. Woot!  Bring on the summer in winter!

Echo Women's Choir

Annabelle has joined the Echo Women's Choir as artist in residence and will be coming back in the fall for a second year.  She is contributing songs, arrangements and artistic direction, and is being mentored as a choral director by Alan Gasser and Becca Whitla.  This collaboration has been generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.

oNtario Arts Council and Canada Council Creation awards

Annabelle is thrilled to be among the artists included in this year's grants towards popular music creation awarded by the Ontario Arts Council, and Grants to Professional Musicians from the Canada Council, both supporting the making of new songs.

La RevoluCion, Toronto

Every Thursday evening in April Annabelle will be performing at La Rev, an intimate venue in the Junction with a positive vibe and excellent Mexican food. Show starts at 8pm, by donation, 2848 Dundas Street West

"I am taking a break for a moment from the pursuit of long times out in far away places. The next couple of years will favour a proximity to home and my sweet tiny person who needs me around right now,"  says Chvostek. "I'm here nesting in Toronto's west end, playing, experimenting, collaborating and planting my garden in the city. It's time to get local, play some songs and try out some new ideas with talented people in a gentle environment."

April 7th will feature a guest appearance by the wild and lovely Willow Rutherford. Stay tuned for more special guests to come!


Winterfolk Fest, Toronto

Annabelle is pleased to be performing solo at Winterfolk Festival on the Danforth, February 12th at the Black Swan Tavern.  Tickets available here!

Back in the swing, Slow Release

Annabelle is continuing the slow release of "Be The Media".  So far the album has been released in the UK and parts of Canada.  2016 tour dates will be trickling in soon.


Annabelle deeply regrets having to cancel her German tour dates beginning June 4, 2015 due to a back injury. She hopes to reschedule these in the not-too-distant future.


June 1, 2015

New record BE THE MEDIA, scheduled for release in the UK and Europe June 1. Pre-order now and get your signed copy mailed out hot off the press.

UK & Europe Tour starting May, 2015

Check out the TOUR page for dates. North America dates coming soon.

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