Welcome to our curated section of WHO’S WHO Choirs.
This is a list of the most significant and important groups in the city. If you think that you should be included on this list, please see more details [here].
Hailed by critics and audiences alike as one of Canada’s finest oratorio choirs, Pax Christi Chorale delivers stirring performances with great polish and total conviction.
Known for its unique musical point-of-view and its diverse and high-quality programming, the Toronto Classical Singers features lesser-known and rarely performed pieces as well as the beloved vocal/orchestral repertoire.
The Amadeus Choir is a 90-member semi-professional choir drawing members from the GTA and surrounding communities.
The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is praised by patrons and media alike for the emotional intensity of its performances, and for its grand symphonic sound and clarity of expression. The Choir continues to be dedicated, since its founding in 1894, to engaging audiences with the power of great choral music performed live.
Cantabile Chamber Singers are an auditioned choir of 16 to 20 voices, formed in 2006 by artistic director Cheryll J. Chung. They perform eclectic and challenging repertoire spanning six centuries and strive to bring Canadian music to audiences while attracting a new generation to choral music.
The Elmer Iseler Singers, conducted by artistic director Lydia Adams for the past 19 years, is a 20-voice professional choral ensemble based in Toronto. Founded by the late Dr. Elmer Iseler in 1979, the Singers have built an enviable reputation throughout Canada, the United States and internationally through concerts, broadcasts and recordings — performing repertoire that spans 500 years, with a focus on Canadian composers.
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