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A twenty-voice professional chamber choir based in Toronto features its conductor and founder. Provides news, season shedule, tickets info and photo album.
Founded in 1894. Maintains a tradition of performing the finest choral repertoire. Directed by conductor Noel Edison. Tickets and subscription packages, choir schedule, saturdays choral workshops.
Welsh tradition of singing hymns and songs. Perfect blend of spirituals, operatic arias, North American folk songs and Broadway show tunes. Features information about upcoming events, brief history, links of interest and music of the choir.
A Mennonite and Brethren in Christ choir features its tradition of fine choral singing and invites everyone who loves to sing to join the it.
Group of singers performing a cappella music. Explored the expression of emotions through poetry and music. Includes recordings, request form, choir links.
Founded in 1978 by Jean Ashworth Bartle. One of the world's premiere choral ensembles for children with over 300 Toronto-area voices, ages 7-17. Offering its children unique musical, educational and life-enhancing experiences.
One of Toronto's most vibrant community choirs, dedicated choristers, interesting repertoire, and dynamic leadership. Performs choral / orchestral classics. Includes ticket information, upcoming performances.
Creates and performs gospel music that will draw people into the awesome presence of God. Membership of people with a strong commitment to Jesus Christ. Includes discography, brief history, upcoming events, photo album, press kit, MP3 files.
From music and song, to dance and fine arts, Arts Milton helps to find a spot in the audience or even on the stage. Provides events calendar, Member groups, Spot Light section, newsletter, contact and joining information.
Cantores Celestes is one of the few women’s choirs in Toronto, Canada. The choir was founded in 1989.
Choirs Ontario is an arts organization that promotes and celebrates choral music making in Ontario.
A male voice choir that strives to provide entertainment in the form of a wide variety of music.
The Toronto Children's Chorus Alumni Association provide, artistic, community and financial support for the Toronto Children's Chorus.
Encompasses the TCS Community Choir, a non-auditioned amateur choir, North 44° Vocal Ensemble, an auditioned ensemble and the Street Haven Women's Choir. Performance of wide range of choral music. Founded in 1845.
Performing choral music at a high standard. Established in 1981with conductor John Tuttle. Enriched by the excellent musicianship of its members and their professional backgrounds. Performs upcoming concerts, recordings, sound clips.
Trains young voices and develops a love of choral music among choir members. Featuring the Children's, Senior, and Chamber Choir. Sings in many languages and explores the rich heritage of cultures.
The charitable organization consisting of four choirs provides experience, events, news and other information along with music samples.
One of Canada's finest community choirs. Established itself through concerts, recordings, and broadcasts. Singing sweet songs of classical, folk and gospel choral music for over ten years. Includes upcoming concerts, international tours, Bell´Arte recordings.
A men's chorus which is always looking for men who like to sing provides information about upcoming shows, the director, and photo gallery.
The fifty-voice ensemble was founded in 1964 by John Sidgwick. The purpose is discovery, preservation, and performance of fine choral music to Toronto audiences. Information about tickets and subscriptions, recordings, upcoming events.
The web site of the Mississauga Choral Society, the Sinfony Players, and Chrys Bentley, in Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
Toronto-based musicians who share a love of Jewish choral music. Performing a capella settings of songs and psalms by composers from Canada, the United States and Israel. Includes repertoire, list of performances, contact information.
40-voice ensemble whose repertoire ranges from medieval to modern, with a special emphasis on the music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Rare and acclaimed choral masterpieces, exciting "theme" concerts. Presents an annual four-concert subscription series.
A Toronto community choir that brings together familiar and lesser-known repertoire in a variety of styles on a chosen theme. Provides upcoming events, concert dates and music samples.
Scarborough Chorus is an all women's singing group performing unaccompanied harmony in the Greater Toronto Area. New members are welcome.
Founded in 1975, the Amadeus Choir offers Music and singing in Toronto under conductor Lydia Adams with accompanist Eleanor Daley.
Since 1988, Bell Arte Singers is a community choir under the direction of Lee Willingham, singing classical, folk and gospel choral music.
Toronto Chamber Choir has been active for over 50 years. A 40-voice chamber choir specializing in music of the Baroque and Renaissance periods. An active part of the community, the choir has an active education and outreach program that holds workshops and mentors students for a season.
A community-based choir with a repertoire that ranges from contemporary to traditional and light classical music. Offers musical entertainment to senior's residences.
Established in 1983. CCCT is the first Chinese Canadian Choir in GTA. Practices and performs regularly in annual concerts and choral events.
Etobicoke Centennial Choir -- an auditioned community choir in Etobicoke celebrating 45 years of a shared love of choral music.
The Choir has grown into a formidable group of talented vocalists under the leadership of Music Director, Diane Leah, and Associate Music Director, Dan Rutzen. The Choir has approximately 50 members, and has four vocal groups: Soprano, Tenor, Alto and Bass. Their musical style is eclectic, and incorporates both traditional and contemporary music. The Choir’s voices are not confined to the walls of the church. The Choir performs at many different functions throughout each year - including corporate and
Established in 1992, is a non-profit auditioned community chorus whose reputation for excellence performing quality classical music. The choir is a magnet for serious singers and is one of the city’s most vibrant choral organizations. Performing three concerts a year accompanied by the Talisker Players Orchestra presents the country’s finest professional soloists. The choir is dedicated to excellence in the performance of choral music for the cultural enrichment and enjoyment of its audience and its membe
Univox is a mixed-voice community choir for young adults with relationship building, social responsibility and musical excellence at its core. It serves the Bloordale community and the City of Toronto by offering spirited performances of choral music, both old and new. Performed works are primarily a cappella and span a wide range of the choral spectrum; Renaissance madrigals and motets, choral classics, modern composition, spirituals, and international folk songs.
The Toronto Beach Chorale is an auditioned community concert choir of over 40 men and women - young adults to seniors. We are vocalists with a passion and talent for a broad selection of musical genres. Our artistic director is Mervin Fick, an experienced and highly respected choral conductor. The choir is managed by a team of the Beach's own successful community and business leaders.
45 mixed voice choir singing A capella in 6 to 8 part harmony. Our repertoire contains old favorites as well as many inspirational and motivational numbers. We have performed at conventions, for service organizations and community events, fundraisers and at professionally managed variety shows. We’ve entertained throngs of Wall Streeters outdoors, at an impromptu lunch time flash mob, before the word was invented. We’ve performed for audiences numbering less than 100 to more than 4000.
Celebrating its 5th season in 2012/2013, That Choir combines a high standard of performance with storytelling through choral music as one of Toronto’s most exciting a cappella groups. Formed in the spring of 2008 by Craig Pike and 14 of his actor friends, That Choir now draws together 24 auditioned members with diverse backgrounds in work and study.