Sing in the choirs
To audition for the adult choir, you must be able to read music and be willing to commit to a schedule of Monday night rehearsals plus 15 to 20 performances/events a year. It’s a big time commitment, but can be very satisfying. Late summer auditions for the 2017-2018 season are scheduled for August 28, 29 and by appointment. Sign up here for an audition time.
The auditions usually consists of vocalizing, sight reading and singing a prepared piece like an aria or art song or an excerpt from one of the larger choral works like Messiah in your part. Accompaniment will be provided.
We perform with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, and world-renowned soloists. Experience our friendly choral community of 100 singers.
2017-2018 adult choir repertoire includes:
Britten: Ceremony of Carols
Bernstein: Chichester Psalms
Bach: St. John Passion
Beethoven: 9th Symphony
Children and youth are auditioned to place their voice in the choir, and we will provide the education needed for the chorister.
To ask about an audition, please email administrator Amy Dale or call 519-578-5660 x 5290
Volunteer with us!
From ushering at concerts to serving on the board of directors, there are a vast range of volunteer opportunities, even if you don’t sing.
Please email administrator Amy Dale or call 519-578-6885
Music in the community
We love to make music in all kinds of places! Please join us at our open public rehearsals, sing carols with us at Christmastime, or catch a sample of an upcoming performance. Everything is free! We also have produced benefit concerts to help raise money for those stricken by disaster.
Learn where we will be for the upcoming events below!
A lone singer in a canoe on the river. The clear sound of a trumpet combining with the wind and wildlife. Choral music in the woods. Don’t miss this evocative Choral Sound Walk through the magnificent grounds of the nature reserve near the Grand River. Guided departures Sat. Sept. 30, at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. at ECO Centre Parking lot, 768 Blair Road, Cambridge
Rain or shine. Free.
The Grand Philharmonic Choir and rare Charitable Research Reserve are offering this public outreach experience as part of Culture Days weekend. Culture Days invites the public to experience the richness of art and culture across Canada, without charge. Please join us!
Find out more about rare Charitable Research Reserve at raresites.org.
December 7 & 9:
Christkindl Market, Kitchener City Hall