Coffee House with the Bach Chamber Youth Choir Sunday, October 28, 2018 — St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 361 Danforth Ave. This intimate concert will feature solos, duets, and small group performances from the talented men and women of BCYC, under the direction of James Pinhorn.   The Youth Choir will sing a wide range of […] continued

 Music That Moves at the Toronto Centre for the Arts – Saturday, May 12, 2018 Join the award-winning Bach Children’s Chorus and Bach Chamber Youth Choir for an evening of music that stirs your emotions and makes you want to dance in your seat! Lively dance music from Africa, Mexico, and Europe will come to life with […] continued

Raising Voices 2018!

Come join us for a spectacular night of great food, warm companionship and amazing performances by our talented singers from BCYC. This is an opportunity to mingle with other BCC parents and more importantly with the Artistic staff – they will all be there. The evening will include a wonderful sit-down dinner, silent auction and […] continued

Good Cheer! Celebrate the season and welcome a new year with a cheerful choral concert featuring Rupert Lang’s rarely performed Carol of the Child and many more tuneful glad tidings! The Bach Children’s Chorus under the direction of Artistic Director Charissa Bagan, and Bach Chamber Youth Choir, Conductor James Pinhorn, with pianist Eleanor Daley, will […] continued

The Bach Chamber Youth Choir with conductor James Pinhorn, invites you to join us for an evening of smooth harmonies! Come join us for our Coffee House evening where you can sit back with a cup of coffee, delicious nibbles and outstanding entertainment. Relax and enjoy performances of Folk, Broadway, Jazz and Classic pieces in […] continued

Do you love to sing? Bach Children’s Chorus and Bach Chamber Youth Choir is looking for children and youth, aged 6 through university age who love to sing.  Members of Bach Children’s Chorus and Bach Chambre Youth Choir participate in weekly rehearsals, retreats, workshops and perform as Company in Residence at the Toronto Centre for […] continued