The Georgetown Choral Society, with some 95 amateur singers, has been delighting audiences with its choral performances since its formation in 1971. Our rehearsal and performance home is the Christian Reformed Church in Georgetown, Ontario. A. Dale Wood, a gifted composer and musician, has been our artistic director for over 40 years. The choir is a registered charity that performs a variety of musical genres, including classical, pop and folk, and from sacred to secular, at a level normally associated with professional groups. It has performed at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall, the Ford Centre in North York and the Mississauga Living Arts Centre, and has also performed internationally in the Netherlands, England, Ireland and at New York City’s Lincoln Center.