During the pandemic, the TMC is producing creative multi-disciplinary programs to bring great choral music to you. As part of the these programs, the Choir will be producing virtual choir videos.
During previous seasons, as part of its Education and Outreach, the TMC webcast a number of concerts from Yorkminster Park Baptist Church (YPBC) on Livestream. TMC webcasts used five cameras to provide online audiences with interesting views of the performers and the conductor. You can still enjoy these performances – see below for links.
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2020/21 Online Concerts
Notinikew (Going to War) – A concert of Remembrance. November 11, 2020 at 8 pm EST
Kannamma-a concert of Thanksgiving. October 10, 2020 at 8 pm EDT
Festival of Carols. Wednesday, December 16 at 8 pm EST
Check back for link in November.
Online projects in the time of Covid-19
Cantique de Jean Racine with musicians from the TSYO and the TSO
TMC and TSO perform Andrew Balfour’s Mamachimowin
Premiered at the TMC ‘s 125th anniversary gala concert in October 2019. We have recently released a recording of this dramatic work.
Great Poets in Music
Toronto Mendelssohn Choir with guest actors Lucy Peacock and Tom McCamus
Enjoy full concert webcasts from prior seasons
Festival of Carols 2019, with the TMC and the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra. Webcast Wednesday, December 4, 2019: https://livestream.com/tmchoir/foc2019
Spotlight on North America. Webcast Saturday, January 26, 2019: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/NorthAmerica
Festival of Carols 2018, with the TMC, Toronto Youth Choir, Canadian Staff Band of the Salvation Army, and Michael Bloss on organ. Webcast Wednesday, December 5, 2018: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/FOC2018
Choral Conductors’ Symposium 2018 Concert with the TMC, Elora Singers, organist Michael Bloss and the five conductors who participated in the Symposium. Webcast Saturday, January 27, 2018: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/Symposium2018
Festival of Carols 2017, with the TMC, Canadian Staff Band, Canadian Children’s Opera Company and organist David Briggs. Webcast Wednesday, December 6, 2017: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/FOC2017
Toronto Symphony Orchestra webcast of Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation, recorded November 11, 2017 at Roy Thomson Hall. Enjoy on YouTube: https://youtu.be/eDdgwnPYzdA
Choral Splendour, a joint concert with the TMC and Huddersfield Choral Society, webcast from YPBC on June 4, 2017: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/ChoralSplendour
Sing Joyfully!, co-produced with YPBC and webcast on March 4, 2017: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/SingJoyfully
Choral Conductors’ Symposium 2017 concert with the TMC, Elora Singers and the five conductors who participated in the Symposium. Webcast from YPBC on January 28, 2017: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/ConductorsSymposium2017
Festival of Carols 2016 with the Canadian Staff Band, webcast from YPBC on December 7, 2016: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/FOC2016
Choral Conductors’ Symposium 2016 concert with the TMC, the Elora Festival Singers, and the five conductors who participated in the Symposium: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/Symposium2016
Festival of Carols 2015 concert with the TMC and the Canadian Staff Band, webcast live from YPBC on December 9, 2015: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/FestivalofCarols2015
German Romantics concert, webcast from Koerner Hall on November 25, 2015: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/GermanRomantics
Choral Conductors’ Symposium 2015 concert, webcast from Yorkminster Park Baptist Church on January 31, 2015: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/Symposium2015
Festival of Carols 2014, webcast from Yorkminster Park Baptist Church on December 10, 2014: https://livestream.com/TMChoir/FestivalofCarols