Sing in the choirs

To audition for the adult choir, you must be able to read music and be willing to commit to a schedule of Monday night rehearsals plus 10 to 15 performances/events a year. It’s a big time commitment, but can be very satisfying. Spring Auditions for the 2019-20 season–sign up at this link HERE

The auditions usually consists of vocalizing, sight reading and singing a prepared piece like an aria or art song or an excerpt from one of the larger choral works like Messiah in your part. Accompaniment will be provided.

We perform with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and world-renowned soloists. Experience our friendly choral community of 100+ singers.

2019-2020 adult choir repertoire includes:
Handel: Messiah
Bernstein: Candide
Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requeim
Ēriks Ešenvalds:  Passion and Resurrection

Youth and Children’s Choirs

Children and youth are auditioned to place their voice in the choirs, all ages 7 – 23 and levels of ability are welcome, and we will provide the education needed for the chorister.

To register for the youth or children’s choir use this link Register here! or email the administrator Amy Dale or call 519-578-5660 x 5290

Volunteer with us!

From ushering at concerts to serving on the board of directors, there are a vast range of volunteer opportunities, even if you don’t sing.

Please email administrator Amy Dale or call 519-578-5660 x 5290

Music in the community

We love to make music in all kinds of places. We have performed beside hiking trails on the banks of the Grand River in Cambridge; held open rehearsals and performances at Kitchener City Hall; offered a concert preview at Kitchener Public Library, and our children’s choir has delighted the crowds at Wonders of Winter in Waterloo. All for free.

This season, our singers have performed at Christkindlmarkt; at a fund-raiser for Women’s Crisis Services; at BlackBerry’s offices; and at a special Remembrance Day event featuring Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire.

We have helped bring great composers such as Eriks Ešenvalds and Sir James MacMillan to give public workshops, concerts and lectures that are accessible to everyone. We have also produced benefit concerts to help raise money for those stricken by disaster.

Watch this space for future events.