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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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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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“Have fun, be daring, be yourself”: An interview with our holiday concert special guest, Geraint Wyn Davies

Pictured: Stratford Festival actor Mr. Geraint Wyn Davies

Pictured: Stratford Festival actor Mr. Geraint Wyn Davies

Warm up and enjoy this season with a holiday story narrated by Stratford Festival Actor Geraint Wyn Davies during the Toronto Children’s Chorus’ annual performance at Roy Thomson Hall on Saturday, December 17, 2016 at 2pm. Mr. Wyn Davies will join Main Choir in presenting a special ‘musical’ reading of poet Dylan Thomas’s classic tale, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, with orchestral arrangements by Nancy Telfer.

Toronto Children’s Chorus and Roy Thomson Hall are excited to co-present one of Toronto’s most popular holiday productions. This season’s performance is called A Child’s Christmas. More than 300 choristers plus the Alumni Choir will fill the theatre with festive carols. Renowned harpist Judy Loman and friends from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will also join the choir onstage.

In anticipation for our holiday concert, Mr. Wyn Davies kindly took the time to talk with the TCC about his most beloved holiday memories and his best advice for passionate and artistic young people. read more…