Training and Main Choirs

Youth Choir

"This was a choir, basically of teenagers, who sang well beyond their years, investing their parts with verve, understanding, subtlety and power. They were quite a revelation.”

Robert Harris, The Globe and Mail

Upcoming Performances

Time Passes

SAT. OCT. 27 | 3PM
St. Anne’s Anglican Church | 270 Gladstone Avenue

All TCC Training Choirs and the Choral Scholars welcome autumn as time passes at the historic St. Anne’s Anglican Church. This reflective concert will include works of remembrance by Canadian composers Laura Hawley, Alexander Tilley, and Eleanor Daley, the familiar classic Grandfather’s Clock arranged by Harry Hinnant, and also an unforgettable 6-handed performance by three of the TCC’s talented accompanists.

Hands Across the Universe

TUES. OCT. 30 | 7PM
Church of the Redeemer | 162 Bloor Street West

Choristers in the Main Choir’s Cantare, Chorealis, Chamber Choir and the Choral Scholars perform songs of peace and harmony in observance of Remembrance Day. All concert proceeds will help support the Chamber Choir’s visit to New Zealand and Australia in the summer of 2019 – the TCC’s 31st international tour.

We Remember

SUN. NOV. 11 | 7:30PM
Toronto Centre for the Arts | 5040 Yonge Street

To commemorate the centenary of World War I’s Armistice Day, the Chamber Choir join special guests – British composer and conductor Bob Chilcott, the Toronto Youth Choir conducted by Matthew Otto, and the Elmer Iseler Singers directed by Lydia Adams – to perform music by composers from the Allied Nations of Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand. Chilcott’s moving Peace Mass and Canticles of Light, and inspirational works by Eleanor Daley, Healey Willan, Gustav Holst, David Hamilton and Sally Whitwell will be featured.

Blog: What’s New

Welcome to our 41st Season!

Throughout this exciting concert season, the Toronto Children’s Chorus will pay homage to all who have made sacrifices during past world conflicts, and, through music, offer hope for a more harmonious and peaceful world. Welcome to In Remembrance! On the evening of...

Employment Opportunity: Conductor’s Assistant

Now in its 41st season, the Toronto Children’s Chorus is recognized as one of the finest treble choirs in the world. The Chorus is committed to the enrichment of children’s lives through the discipline, teamwork and unique camaraderie of fine choral singing. The...