“The Toronto Children’s Chorus…captured every syllable with clarity from high in the lofts…”
-Stephan Bonfield, Ludwig Van Toronto


“The Toronto Children’s Chorus demonstrated remarkably clear tone and accurate pitch in the demanding work filled with dissonances, wide interval leaps and difficult entries…The choir, now in its 40th season, continues to maintain the highest standards while training over 300 children in the art of choral music.”
-David Richards, Toronto Concert Reviews


“And special notice must be made of the Toronto Children’s Chorus Choral Scholars, who sang the chorus parts – and there were a lot of them – Thursday evening. 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
“In both rehearsal and performance, I have found the young musicians of theToronto Children’s Chorus to be an incredibly disciplined and sensitive group of artists … Through international touring and recording, the Toronto Children’s Chorus has earned its place as one of the world’s most accomplished and sought-after children’s choirs.”
~Peter Oundjian, Music Director,Toronto Symphony Orchestra
“The Toronto Children’s Chorus is one of the best children’s choirs I have EVER sung with! Bravo!”
~Christine Brewer, American soprano   November 2009
“The Toronto Children’s Chorus helps children discover the joys of music making, an experience they will treasure for the rest of their lives. Working with Elise Bradley and the TCC on my premiere with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra was both delightful and thrilling. This is music making of the highest order.”
~Larysa Kuzmenko, Juno Award-nominated Canadian composer and pianist
“Elise Bradley creates a fantastic atmosphere on the stage in the way she leads the choir. A role model for many!”
~Bo Johansson, Adolf Fredriks Music Classes 
“Children’s choral music is not only alive and well but growing and thriving in Toronto, and this album [Sounzscapes] is the latest bit of proof. A lot of albums recorded by children and things only a mother (and father, and grandparents) could love. This is much better than that.”
~John Terauds, Musical Toronto Web-Magazine