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Join Toronto’s voice of excellence for our 40th anniversary season! Register your child for an audition spot on May 13th or 27th.

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In Peace and Celebration, May 6

The walls will vibrate in jubilation as all choirs perform works by Canadian and world composers! Our spring concert will celebrate Artistic Director Elise Bradley’s 10th season at the Toronto Children’s Chorus and Canada’s 150th birthday!

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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…

Toronto Children’s Chorus celebrates the accomplishments of alumna Georgia Lin

Toronto Children’s Chorus celebrates the accomplishments of alumna Georgia Lin

Toronto Children’s Chorus celebrates the incredible accomplishments of alumna Georgia Lin! Georgia will be performing with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as a soloist on March 25th, 2017 for their Young People’s Concert, How the Gimquat Found Her Song! Georgia will sing Bist du Bei Mir by Bach.

“I’m excited and grateful to have the opportunity to perform with the TSO, and I hope to make my TCC family proud!” says Georgia.

The production is suitable for children between the ages of five to 12 and tells the story of a silent bird that lives in hiding, until one day she meets a magician who takes her on a tour of western music in search of the perfect song.

Get your tickets to the TSO concert today!  Tickets from $26.50.

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