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City Choir 2018 Winter ConcertTuesday, December 11, 2018 – Cakes and Ale

City Choir Winter Cabaret

Dixon Hall, 188 Carlton St., Toronto

7:00pm Doors Open
7:30pm Concert

Pay What You Can. Wheelchair accessible.

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Saturday, November 24, 2018 – Cabbagetown Holiday Kick Off
Noon – 3pm
Outdoor at the intersection of Parliament Street and Carlton Street, Toronto

Click here for details.


 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 – FALL For You

City Choir Fall Cabaret
CSI Annex, 720 Bathurst St, Toronto
Pay What You Can. Suggested Donation $10-$20
Wheelchair accessible.

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City Choir welcomes new members for the fall of 2018.

New semester start September 11, 2018.
Tuesdays from 6:50pm to 9pm
@ The Dixon Hall – 188 Carlton St., Toronto (East of Sherbourne St.)

To join City Choir, please register at member@citychoir.ca


We invite you to join us to welcome the gifts of summer and song. The fresh greens of June and the joyful song choices of our five fabulous Directors combine to create a concert of sound and colour. From American traditional songs to original music, come celebrate with us. Bring cash for our gift baskets draw!


Tuesday, June 5, 2018 – Nature’s Gifts
7:00pm Doors Open
7:30pm Concert

@ The Dixon Hall – 188 Carlton St., Toronto (East of Sherbourne St.)

Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20
Wheelchair Accessible (side door)

We invite you to join us to welcome the gifts of summer and song. The fresh greens of June and the joyful song choices of our five fabulous Directors combine to create a concert of sound and colour. From American traditional songs to original music, come celebrate with us. Bring cash for our gift baskets draw!


 

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 – Gifts of Spring – a Cabaret at The Tranzac Club
7:00pm Doors Open
7:30pm Cabaret

292 Brunswick Ave., Toronto (Spadina Subway)

Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20
Cash bar. Wheelchair accessible.


December 12, 2017 – Those Who Sing
7:00pm Doors Open
7:30pm Concert

At Dixon Hall, 188 Carlton St., Toronto.

Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20
Wheelchair Accessible (back door)


May 16, 2017 – Hope
7:00pm Doors Open
7:30pm Concert

At Dixon Hall, 188 Carlton St., Toronto.

Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20
Wheelchair Accessible (back door)

 


April 5, 2017 – Spring Acoustic Cabaret from 7 to 9 p.m.

The City Choir Spring 2017 Cabaret will be Wednesday, April 5 in the “Garage” space at the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) Annex, 720 Bathurst St. (just south of Bloor).

The evening will run from 7 to 9 p.m., the cost will be PWYC at the door (with suggested donation $10-$20), and there will be a cash bar.

Everyone can enjoy this fun event. The full choir will perform selected pieces and many small ensembles of choir members will perform musical numbers of their own in this friendly, relaxed setting.

There will also be performances by our fabulous globe-trotting choir directors and guest director Dylan Bell.

Be sure to tell friends and family to come out for a great music-filled evening!

Graciously Sponsored by the Centre for Social Innovation

shining-night-flyerDecember 13, 2016 – This Shining Night
7:30pm 

At the formerly St. Peter’s anglican Church, 188 Carlton St., Toronto.

Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20

 


city-choir-cabaret-2016-smOctober 26, 2016 – Cabaret Goes Underground – At The Drake
8pm, at The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen Street West, Toronto.
Pay What You Can. Suggested $10-$20

 

 


August 8, 2016

A new season is about to begin!

Have you had a song filled summer? Are you looking forward to the start of a glorious new season with City Choir?

A big welcome to all new members who will be joining our merry band of choristers this year. In a few weeks our five fabulous choir directors will be bringing their talent, enthusiasm and energy to guide us all through another semester of singing. It is such a joy to begin this annual journey together.

As always at this time we ask returning members to spread the word, to urge potential new members to take in our first couple of rehearsals and experience the joy of singing with City Choir.


August 8, 2016

Remember When – City Choir sings at the Duke on April 26, 2016

A big thank you to the choir members and organizers who made that evening such a memorable event. And thanks to all choir members, past and present, who performed with such enthusiasm in all our past events. It is this kind of participation that makes City Choir such a wonderful community to be part of.


City Choir Freedom Concert

May 31, 2016

Freedom is a Voice – City Choir Spring Concert
7:30pm

Location: St. Peter’s Anglican Church
188 Carlton Street, Toronto

Pay What You Can. Suggested Donation $10-$20
Wheelchair accessible

Join us for a family-friendly concert. We will sing songs that reflect the musical moods of a new spring. Songs of freedom, childhood and love. Directed by our five globe-trotting, supremely talented artists (choir directors), we will feature the full choir and special ensembles.

Contact: info@citychoir.ca

 


 

May 14, 2016

City Choir at SING! Festival

Little Trinity Anglican Church, 425 King Street – Toronto, ON
Noon – 12:45pm Workshop with Suba
2 – 3:20pm  Sing-along with Suba
4pm – 5pm  Choir performance with Suba

 


 

City Choir Cabaret at the Duke

 

Apr 26/2016 – City Choir Cabaret at The Duke.   7:30pm

Location: The Duke, 1225 Queen Street East, Toronto  

PWYC. Suggested donation $10-$20


May 31/2016 – City Choir Annual Concert at the St. Peter’s, 188 Carlton St., Toronto

Save the date now! Location: near Sherbourne Street. Details coming soon.


 

Mar 9/2016

If you beCity Choir 2016 FWYC Red Donate Buttonlieve in the power of music and would like to support the work of City Choir, please consider making a personal donation to our online Fund What You Can campaign.

Click the red DONATE button to visit the site, and make your donation today!


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Apr 2/2016 – City Choir Evening Social

Save the date now! Location: near Parliament and Gerrard. Details in event calendar.


Feb 19/2016

City Choir on CBC as part of the Apocalypsis at the Luminato Festival in 2015.


Feb 2/2016 – start date for new semester

City Choir welcomes new members for the coming spring semester. Men are encouraged to join in particular. We need more tenor and bass voice at this point.


Winter Wonder Concert - City Choir

Dec 8/2015 – Winter Wonder Holiday Concert

Over 200 people joined City Choir in celebrating our Toronto winter, with celebratory songs from around the world. The night included performances by all five choir directors, the full choir, a raffle and a bake sale. City Choir thanks our directors, our audience and St. Peter’s Anglican Church for a wonderful, winter evening of song. Photos


Cabaret at Drake2NOV 3/2015 – Cabaret Goes Underground – At The Drake

The Drake Underground.  Photos by Alex Rice.  Photos by Ed Hanley. 


SEPT 15/2015 – C2015 05 19 - Stretching 3ity Choir Fall Semester starts, and it’s about time!

St. Peter’s Anglican Church


JULY 5/2015 – City Choir Sings At Aga Khan Museum & Ismaili Centre

More than 20 of our City Choir members sang at the Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili Centre.  Sure, it was a really hot day, but that was “no sweat” for City Choir choristers who enjoyed the opportunity to share songs from around the world in these two truly amazing places. More photos


2015 06 17 Luminato RehearsalJUNE 26-28/2015 – City Choir Survives Luminato’s Apocalypsis

City Choir members were part of the mixed chorus that sang in the first half of Luminato’s epic musical voyage Apocalypsis, written by Canadian great R. Murray Schafer.  City Choir would like to thank conductor David Fallis & director Lemi Ponifasio, as well as our rehearsal conductor Dallas Bergen. Also, we applaud the many other performers & choirs who made this performance a truly once-in-a-lifetime experiences for us! More photos


Summer Night Concert FlyerJUNE 16/2015 – Summer Night Songs Concert

City Choir celebrated the start of the summer season with a concert that featured music from around the world: from the shimmery banks of the Delta, across the warmer continent of Africa to steamy Indian nights. The concert ended with Grease’s classic Summer Nights, featuring our very own Danny & Sandy! More photos


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