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Join us on Canada Day for the acclaimed Toronto Children’s Chorus as it completes its 41st anniversary season and 12th year under the baton of Auckland-born Artistic Director Elise Bradley, MNZM.
Their Canada Day performance at Auckland Museum will feature a wide range of Canadian, New Zealand and Māori works under their overarching theme, 'In Remembrance'.
As the Chorus’s top-level ensemble, the Chamber Choir performs in-season concerts, gives many guest and outreach appearances each year, and regularly represents Toronto and Canada throughout the world.
While in the North Island of New Zealand, the 39-member Chamber Choir will perform in Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua, Palmerston North, and Masterton, and also looks forward to participating in ‘Choral Connect’, hosted by the New Zealand Choral Federation in Wellington. The choir will then fly to Sydney to sing in the Gondwana World Choral Festival, hosted by Gondwana Choirs to celebrate their 30th Anniversary. The Festival will close with a gala choral concert in the Sydney Opera House.
Elise Bradley, MNZM, Artistic Director
Matthew Otto, Assistant Artistic Director
Lara Dodds-Eden, Accompanist
Image Caption: Toronto Children's Chorus Chamber Choir, image supplied.