The Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto is celebrating 50 years of enlivening the Toronto arts landscape through energetic performances, unexpected programming and artistic collaborations that redefine the boundaries of traditional choral music. Led by Artistic Director Kathleen Allan, the 90-person, semi-professional choir champions the best of choral music and premieres works of Canadian and international composers through a self-produced four-concert series. The choir is also regularly featured as a guest performer with other artistic organisations throughout Toronto and beyond.
We are thrilled to present our 50th anniversary season at the Meridian Arts Centre.
- October 20, 2023: Nosferatu - Enjoy a spine-tingling soundtrack to this macabre silent film composed by bassist Andrew Downing, and performed with his nine-piece combo.
- December 16, 2023: Silver and Gold - Delight in this sparkling salute to the season which is co-presented with the Hannaford Street Brass Band.
- May 15, 2024: Haydn's Creation - We’ll feature the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and incredible soloists for this unforgettable performance of one of history's most beloved oratorios.
- Songwalks - An outdoor choral experience in collaboration with Inuk singer and composer Deantha Edmunds.