TMChoir 23.24 Concert Season


Join us for a new season of bold & audacious choral experiences.

Jean-Sébastien Vallée
Artistic Director


The Passion of Many Voices

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is proud to be one of Canada’s oldest, largest, and most recognized choral ensembles, renowned for over 125 years for delivering the highest standard of musical performance. We invite you to experience our concerts, educational and community engagement programs. All are welcome here.

Upcoming at TMChoir

New & Noteworthy


Announcing the 23.24 Season

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is delighted to announce their 2023/2024 season under the artistic direction of Jean-Sébastien Vallée.

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Audition to sing with us in the 23.24 season

We’re looking to welcome singers to our community for our 23.24 season which will include great music and performances with the TSO. Auditions dates announced soon.

Apply to audition

Become a Supporter of TMChoir

Your gift will support the artistic excellence that the TMChoir stands for, honouring our commitment to providing audiences with the very finest choral experiences in Canada, and reaching out locally, nationally, and internationally through our education and community engagement programs.

Kind Words from our Community & Audiences

Em, Participant
Singsation Saturday

Thanks for arranging such a fantastic learning (& singing) experience. Brainerd Blyden-Taylor was excellent!

Ken Stephen
Sacred Music Review

The significance here was the inspired decision to present the concert in collaboration with the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, a Toronto-based choir which specializes in performing music from African traditions.

TMChoir Donor

Absolutely gorgeous collection of pieces for the Festival of Carols. It really helped put me in the Christmas Spirit. Thank you for sharing this experience!

Denise Lai
La Scena Musicale

Canada’s oldest choir stays relevant with concerts programmed with themes reflecting current world events.

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