Presenting a glowing holiday concert including “Chasing the Northern Lights” to and “I Want To Stare At My Phone With You”. Our award-winning choirs will feature music from Raffi, Gordon Lightfoot, as well as many festive choral favourites! Date: Saturday, December 8, 2018 Time: 7:30pm Tickets: $35 and $40 Location: Toronto Centre for the Arts […] continued

It is a great honour to announce that Linda Beaupré, Founder and former Artistic Director of Bach Children’s Chorus and Bach Chamber Youth Choir was awarded the 2018 President’s Leadership Award from Choirs Ontario.  This is a very prestigious award for a very deserving person. Established in 2001 to commemorate Choirs Ontario’s 30th anniversary, the […] continued

Resonant Reflection Benefit Concert for the East End Refugee Committee Fund Sat, Nov 10th Songs of Remembrance and Winter Seasonal Music St. John’s Norway Church, 470 Woodbine Ave., Toronto 7:30pm BCC II, III, and BCYC Tickets: $20 ($10 for students) Call the church office at 416-691-4560 […] continued

Coffeehouse Sun, Oct 28th St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 361 Danforth Ave., at Chester Subway Station (entrance off of Hampton Ave.) 7:00pm BCYC, Octava, and solos performances by BCYC members Tickets: $15 (students $10) at the door or call 416-431-0790 […] continued

CONGRATULATIONS to the BCYC and Conductor James Pinhorn on the TWO First Place awards at the National Music Festival 2018. PLUS the DIANE LOOMER GRAND CHORAL AWARDfor Best Overall Choral Performance! The combined choir of Choir II and Cantabile has received FIRST PLACE at the National Music Festival for their recording of “Canticle to the […] continued

  Preparatory Division: Kinder Choir and Prep Chorus Welcome to the Bach Children’s Chorus family of Choirs! The newly expanded Preparatory Division of the Bach Children’s Chorus includes two training programs: KINDER-CHOIR A non-auditioned choir designed for children in Junior and Senior Kindergarten. Through enjoyable singing games, movement activities and repertoire, the children develop singing […] continued