Hello, friends of the Toronto Chamber Choir,

I sincerely hope that all of you are reading this note in a healthy state and hunkered down in a safe place.

We at the TCC are still reeling from having made the decision to cancel on short notice this past weekend’s Rosenmüller @ 400 program, and we appreciate your patience during this difficult time.

This message is inform you that the choir has decided to cancel all the remaining events for the rest of this season, including both our April 15 fundraiser as well as the May 3 concert.

The good news is that we have an exciting plan for next season.  The May 3 Latin American program that we’ve just cancelled will be reworked and presented this coming December as the TCC’s 2020 Christmas concert.

For those of you who have tickets to the March 14 or May 3 concerts, we’d like to offer you one of three options:

  1. You can donate the price of your ticket to the TCC and receive a tax receipt. We’d be extremely grateful if you were able to do this, as the TCC will be incurring significant losses at having to cancel all these events. Your donation will help us remain in good financial health going forward.
  2. You can exchange your ticket for any other concert for next season.
  3. You can request a full refund for the price of your ticket.

Please be in touch with our box office manager, Sharon Adamson, at tccboxoffice@gmail.com and she can help you with whatever option you choose.

Thank you for your understanding and patience. We look forward to seeing you this fall. In the meantime, please keep yourself out of harms way.

Warmly,
Lucas Harris

Dear friends of the TCC,

The choir joins me in thanking you for helping us “make a fuss” of our golden anniversary season this past year! With half a century of early music performances under our belt, we’re now going forward as always with a strong commitment to our core repertoire. Yet in our 51st season we’ll be looking at it with “Fresh Perspectives,” daring to engage with less familiar repertoires and composers as well as presenting familiar music in innovative ways.

In November, we join with the celebrated Nathaniel Dett Chorale to see what musical fun can come from juxtaposing Baroque and Afrocentric styles. In December, we celebrate the Blessed Virgin with heartfelt compositions from long ago as well as from our own time. March brings a fresh look at Johann Rosenmüller, a seventeenth century master whose legacy has remained unfamiliar for too long. In April, our Toronto Chamber Consort singers offer a new take on the little-known and under-appreciated air de cour. Finally, in May we collaborate with new friends to explore the stylistic roots of Latin American music.

I invite you to join us as we continue our never-ending journey with the Baroque and Renaissance repertoire we love so dearly.

Warmly,

Lucas Harris, Artistic Director

More about the concerts »

 

 

Don’t Be Weary, Traveller

CONCERT
GRACE CHURCH ON-THE-HILL,
300 LONSDALE ROAD
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Mary, the Rose

KAFFEEMUSIK
CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
26 DELISLE AVENUE
Details

 

 

Rosenmüller @ 400

CONCERT
CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
26 DELISLE AVENUE
Details

 

 

¡Primavera Barroca!

KAFFEEMUSIK
EASTMINSTER UNITED CHURCH,
310 DANFORTH AVENUE
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