"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
Church of the Redeemer | 162 Bloor Street West
This special performance “welcomes spring” and commemorates the many voices that have been silenced throughout time and can now be heard. The Main Choir ensembles – Cantare, Chorealis, and the award-winning Chamber Choir – offer hope and new life through the retelling of these stories in song. The program includes works by Toronto composers Larysa Kuzmenko, Shireen Abu-Khader and Hussein Janmohamed, Montreal composer Marie-Claire Saindon, Debussy’s Salut Printemps and Robert Schumann’s Mädchenlieder, Op. 103.
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The TCC wishes you a very happy 2019 and hopes your year will be filled with beautiful music! The Chorus is excited to present a number of inspiring concerts and special events during the second half of its 2018/2019 season. Take a look at what the TCC will be up to...
November 27 is Giving Tuesday! This special global day marks the start of the giving season and is when individuals and groups rally to support their favourite causes. Because of the generous support from friends like you, the Toronto Children's Chorus has...