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About Toronto Chamber Choir:

Now in its fifth decade, the Toronto Chamber Choir holds a place of prominence in the early music scene. Mark Vuorinen, now entering his fourth season as music director, is one of Canada’s rising choral conductors, with more than 10 years of experience conducting professional and amateur singers. He follows David Fallis, the choir’s music director laureate, an expert in early music who led the choir for more than two decades. The choir distinguishes itself by its presentation of large-scale, often little-known, works of the Renaissance and Baroque repertoire, performed in authentic style.

About Cantores Celestes:

Founded in 1989, Cantores Celestes is one of the few women’s choirs in Toronto. The ensemble began as a group of eight women who wanted to sing interesting thematic choral programmes and develop concerts that involved participation from other art forms. These concerts have included exhibits from local visual artists, readings from Toronto authors, dramatic presentations, period costumes and a variety of multimedia presentations. Cantores Celestes has appeared on both CBC Radio One and CBC Radio Two, as well as the CBC commercially-released video Clyde Gilmour: A Celebration in Words and Music. They have recorded music for three films and have released six albums.

Toronto Chamber Choir and Cantores Celestes


Join Toronto Chamber Choir (pictured) and Cantores Celestes for a choral program ranging from early music to world to contemporary.


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