Sing in the choirs

In usual times. members of the adult choir take on a demanding but very satisfying commitment of 10 to 15 performances/events a year, anchored by regular Monday evening rehearsals.

Because 2020-21 is online this year, we will still have rehearsals on Mondays but they will be online. The demands of staying safe and healthy during a pandemic keep us at home, but offer new opportunities to improve technique and listening skills. We will also collaborate with other choirs and artists across Canada to perform together and learn from one another.

To learn more about specific activities for the adult choir in 2020-21, click here.

To discuss joining the choir in 2020-21 please contact Mark Vuorinen, artistic director

Youth and Children’s Choirs

Young singers are welcome in our Children’s Choir (age 7 to 14) and Youth Choir (age 14 to 23). We offer performance opportunities, a  first-rate music education, and — this year — terrific collaborations with musicians and singers all over the world!
Find out more about the Youth Choir here.
Find out more about the Children’s Choir here.

Volunteer with us!

Even if you don’t sing, there are many volunteer opportunities with our organization.

Please email administrator Amy Dale.

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.

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.

The public health emergency of 2020-21 gives us a unique opportunity to share music making, talks by specialists, and professional development sessions online with the public. Watch this space for future events.