The Toronto Children’s Chorus welcomes you to our ruby season – Fire and Ice! Join us as we reflect on the 40 years we have spent together and anticipate the next 40 years to come. 
During this special season, we welcome many guests, including international opera stars and TCC alumni, bass-baritone Giles Tomkins, mezzo soprano Krisztina Szabó and soprano Lesia Mackowycz. We are honoured to sing Canada’s national anthem at the Invictus Games Closing Ceremonies and we are excited to perform two concerts with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in November and March.
Make sure to mark your calendars. You won’t want to miss the incredible talent, power and joy the Toronto Children’s Chorus brings to every performance!

Upcoming Performances

*This season, all concerts are single ticket sales only (no subscriptions). Purchase online in advance to skip the box office line. Tickets are also available at the door.

Autumn Radiance


St. Anne’s Anglican Church

Adult: $25 | Senior/Student: $20 | Child: $10

The Toronto Children’s Chorus Training Choirs, Choral Scholars, staff and alumni will welcome autumn with powerful repertoire at the beautiful St. Anne’s Anglican Church. The choir will be joined by TCC staff and friends, Bradley Christensen (baritone) and Ryan Downey (tenor), and TCC Alumnus Giles Tomkins (bass baritone). Do not miss this radiant concert that is sure to warm the audience from the crisp autumn weather.


Light the Flame


Trinity St. Paul’s United Church

Adult: $35 | Student/Senior: $30 | Child: $20

As Canada prepares for another cold winter, the Main Choir and Toronto Youth Choir will counter the chill with electric repertoire. Ticket proceeds from this special concert will support Chamber Choir’s 2018 tour to Newfoundland, including their participation in Choral Canada’s biennial Podium Conference and Festival.

National Anthem at Invictus Games Closing Ceremony


Air Canada Centre

Adult: $35 | Student/Senior: $30 | Child: $20

Chamber Choir is honoured to sing Canada’s national anthem at the closing 
ceremony of the third annual Invictus Games, with Canadian folk and country singer, William Prince. Created by Prince Harry, the Invictus Games began in London, UK, in 2014, in which wounded, injured or sick military personel partake in various sports.

Congratulations, Alumna Emily D’Angelo!

Congratulations to TCC alumna Emily D’Angelo who won 1st place in the Cesti Singing Competition in Innsbruck, Austria!
More than 170 singers from 39 nations applied for the prestigious singing competition for Baroque opera, organized by the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music. After a high quality final concert with 12 remaining competitors, Canadian mezzo-soprano Emily D’Angelo came out as the big winner. Second place went to Frenchwoman Eléonore Pancrazi, also a mezzo-soprano. 

Art Classes with the Canadian Contemporary School of Art

The Canadian Contemporary School of Art (CCSA) is a new arts school that takes an innovative approach to creative art instruction and provides a warm and welcoming learning environment for students of all ages. Located in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood, classes at the CCSA take place in a newly renovated bright and open 3750 square foot space. Each class is devoted to both developing the skills necessary for mastering different art forms and allowing each student to experience the joy of learning about their creative selves.
CCSA is proudly offering classes that teach painting, sculpting, textile printing, fashion designing, cartooning, animation, puppetry and architecture. 
To learn more and register for one of its amazing classes, visit the CCSA at 109 Vanderhoof Ave, or 416-740-0078.

The Toronto Children’s Chorus extends sincere gratitude to its season supporters!