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Reflections, April 8

The Chorale Choir will herald the arrival of spring with songs of hope and peace. Guest artists include violinists Carol Lynn Fujino and Virginia Chen Wells, cellist Winona Zelenka and trumpeter Stan Klebanoff.

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Welcome Conductor Maria Guinand, guest clinician at Senior Treble Festival, March 4

Renowned Venezuelan Conductor Maria Guinand will be the guest clinician at Senior Treble Festival 2017.


When: Saturday, March 4, 2017, Concert begins at 7:00pm

Where: Clearview Christian Reformed Church,  2300 Sheridan Garden Drive in Oakville

Tickets: $15.00 Adult | $10.00 Child (12 and under)


Toronto Children’s Chorus’ Chorale ensemble is excited to host this year’s Senior Treble Festival on Saturday, March 4th at Clearview Christian Reformed Church in Oakville! Children’s choirs from across Ontario will come together to inspire and celebrate through song during this annual festival. Oakville Children’s Choir, Hamilton Children’s Choir, Mississauga Children’s Choir, Bach Children’s Chorus and Guelph Youth Singers will join the Toronto Children’s Chorus for this unforgettable event.

The six choirs will participate in rehearsals during the day, and will each have the opportunity to work with guest clinician, Venezuelan Conductor Maria Guinand. 

Read on to find out more about our guest clinician and participating choirs. read more…

Q&A with ‘Celebrate at the Movies’ guest host Ramona Gilmour-Darling of The Big Comfy Couch


When: Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 5:00pm

Where: Randolph Centre for the Arts, 736 Bathurst Street

Tickets: $25 Adult | $20 Student/Senior | $10 Children 12 and under 


Bring your voice, dress as your favourite children’s film character, and join the Toronto Children’s Chorus in our first-ever movie-inspired concert, Celebrate at the Movies! More than 300 voices will perform songs from some of the most beloved children’s films at Randolph Centre for the Arts. The Chorus is excited to welcome guest host and TCC alumna, Ramona Gilmour-Darling who played Loonette the Clown on The Big Comfy Couch. We are also thrilled to welcome percussionist Andy Morris and trumpeter Stan Klebanoff as special guests. The choristers are looking forward to reliving magical movie moments with songs from films such as Frozen, Oliver! and many other treasured children’s classics!

Ramona Gilmour-Darling kindly took some time to talk with the Toronto Children’s Chorus about her memories as a chorister, her passion for the performing arts, and her words of wisdom for our current choristers.

Could you tell us about your experience as a chorister singing in the Toronto Children’s Chorus?

I have many fantastic memories… Travelling to Finland was a highlight, singing a solo for a Kellogg’s Corn Flakes commercial, the overwhelming aroma of dozens of [fundraising] poinsettias in our living room awaiting delivery, and singing a duet with guest Ben Heppner (I was Mary and he was Joseph – he was WAY louder than me). You’d also be surprised by how many of my current friends and work colleagues were once in the choir. read more…

Join us at our FREE Community Concert in Regent Park with Dixon Hall Music School Choir, February 5th

Join us at our FREE Community Concert in Regent Park with Dixon Hall Music School Choir, February 5th

 

The Toronto Children’s Chorus and Toronto Youth Choir are looking forward to performing with Dixon Hall Music School Choir in a FREE Community Concert at St. Paul’s Basilica in Regent Park on Sunday, February 5 at 4:00pm.

Dixon Hall Music School Choir is located in the Regent Park area and consists of about 12 to 15 choristers between the ages of seven to 13. The Choir is free to join, with practices occurring once each week on Mondays.

“My choir is excited to sing with the accomplished, older Choral Scholar singers from the Toronto Children’s Chorus,” says Dixon Hall Music School Choir conductor, Edward Larocque. The two choirs will be singing a joint piece with harmony: Let There Be Peace on Earth by Sy Miller and Jill Jackson, arranged by Hawley Ades. The Choral Scholars are a sub-section of Chorale choir that take on additional responsibilities in the Toronto Children’s Chorus. This inspiring song perfectly reflects TCC’s 39th season theme, In Peace and Celebration!  read more…