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Toronto Children's Chorus tours the North Island

Recognized as one of the finest treble choirs in the world, the Toronto Children’s Chorus has built a musical education structure over the past four decades that includes sight singing, theory training, master classes and workshops with expert clinicians while offering exceptional performance opportunities and collaborations with other musicians such as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

The visiting Chamber Choir, the Toronto Children’s Chorus’s top-level ensemble, gives many guest and outreach appearances each year, and regularly represents Toronto and Canada throughout the world. While in the North Island, the 39-member Chamber Choir will perform in Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua, Palmerston North, and Masterton.


1 July: Auckland Museum at 11am. Free admission
3 July: St Matthew-in-the-city at 7.30pm. Adult $20, concession $12 door sales
Also featuring Cantare choir and Alumni from Key Cygnetures Choir, Westlake Girl’s High School

4 July: Hamilton Gardens at 11am
4 July: Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, Waikato University at 7.00pm. Adult $18, concession $10
Also featuring Tron Songsters Children’s Choir

6 July: Harvest Apostolic Church, Westbrook at 7.00pm. Adult $10, concession $8 door sales

Palmerston North
7 July: St Peter’s Church, Ruahine St at 2.30pm. Entry by donation

8 July: Crossway Church, Queen St, Masterton at 6.30pm. Adult $10, concession $5
Also featuring Viva Camerata – combined choir from Rathkeale College and St Matthew’s Collegiate


13 July: St Mary of the Angels, Boulcott Street, Wellington at 7.30pm. Waged $35, Unwaged $25, Student $15, School children free.

The Toronto Children’s Chorus will perform in this concert with New Zealand Secondary Students Choir and will be joined in the final work by the the ACD Choral Connect convention delegates in Bob Chilcott’s “Canticles of Light”.

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