Hello, friends of the Toronto Chamber Choir!

I hope that this note finds you all healthy and safe, and that you are finding within you somewhere the patience and stamina to continue weathering the storm that is this pandemic. The province’s announcements for a gradual reopening seem a hopeful sign!

The choir and I are all hanging in there. In September, we were thrilled to begin in-person rehearsals in our wonderful new space at the Church of the Transfiguration in mid-town. At first we had to rehearse in two cohorts because of restrictions, but it was so good to see each other and to sing together again after so long. Then for three wonderful weeks starting in late November, the whole choir was allowed to rehearse together, albeit still masked and distanced, and we were able to record this lovely Bach chorale as a virtual Christmas card.

And then came Omicron! We are now back to online rehearsals once again, though getting better all the time at using all of Zoom's features to keep our virtual sessions fun and informative. If the reopening goes as planned, we will be returning to live performances with concerts in April and June!

In September we welcomed a number of new singers to the choir. If you or someone you know might like to audition, check out our "Join the TCC" page for more information.

In the meantime, please visit our blog. You'll find video performances as well as thoughtful posts on many different topics by members of the choir.


Lucas Harris, Artistic Director

P.S. We hope that most of you have been able to purchase a copy of our CD A Voice of Her Own. Now would be an ideal time to give it a good listen with the liner notes and translations in hand. If you don't have a copy yet, please click here to order one.

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