Welcome to our 22nd season. Founded in 1996 by its artistic director and conductor Ron Ka Ming Cheung, the major focus has been to present high quality choral music performances to the general public. The music ranges from Medieval to the Contemporary, with an emphasis on music by Canadian composers and arrangers. As much as possible, the choir performs all compositions in its original language.

We begin our season with an old favourite, Handel’s Messiah, unabridged with soloists and orchestra. Our second concert will feature music by J. S. Bach. The choir will perform music by Bach, Pablo Casal, and Mendelssohn. And for the season finale, Voices will pay tribute to music educators such as Zoltan Kodaly and Carl Orff.

Over the years, Voices has grown into one of Toronto’s finest amateur chamber choirs, with accolades from local, provincial, national and international music festivals and symposiums. Voices presents their own three concert series, and the choir has participated in various events in the city, including the Toronto Christmas Market at the Distillery District.

Voices concerts are unique experiences with pre-concert chats with the music director that will guide the audience into the world of choral music with background information about the composers and their works that are being performed. With a high standard of performance from the choir, Voices concerts will bring you an evening of great music making at a professional level, but at much more affordable prices.

Come and join us for another great season of choral singing at its finest!

For more information, please call 416-519-0528 or email voiceschamberchoir@yahoo.ca.

Our Next Concert

A Journey of Faith

8:00 p.m. Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Voices was recognized as "one of the top amateur groups in Ontario" as the choir won the Honourable Barbara A. Hagerman class in the 2009 Ontario Provincial Finals Band, Choir and Orchestra Competitions.

Voices was also the finalist in the 2009 National Music Festival Competition.