The Cathedral Church of St. James houses one of Canada’s most precious hidden musical gems. Uniquely within the city of Toronto, the fully-professional 18-voice Cathedral Choir sings as part of the Anglican worship at Eucharist (11am) and Evensong (4:30pm) each Sunday to an internationally high standard. Its repertoire spans eight centuries, and provides a balanced diet of choral delights to congregations young and old, Christians and non-Christians, and those whose ears hold an insatiable curiosity for music.
The Cathedral’s majestic pipe organ can be heard in recital each Tuesday at 1pm and Sunday at 4pm throughout the year. Manuel Piazza, graduate student in the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto and the Cathedral’s new organ scholar, will be delighting audiences frequently at St. James.
Choral Eucharist is also celebrated at 9am each Sunday and sung by a burgeoning group of volunteers. If you are interested in committing to the musical life of this vibrant Cathedral community, please contact the director of music, Robert Busiakiewicz.

Robert Busiakiewicz
416-364-7865 x224


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