The Toronto Concert Choir is a reincarnation of the Oakham House Choir, a 90-singer ensemble that was based at Ryerson University for 35 years. Like its predecessor, it will specialize in large-scale choral masterpieces and will be accompanied by the Toronto Sinfonietta orchestra. We hope that our first concert after the lockdown, at Knox Presbyterian Church, will feature several guest choirs; Mendelssohn's Elijah will follow in the spring. We particularly welcome young singers and Ryerson students, but membership is also open to Ryerson alumni, faculty and staff, as well as to singers from outside the university. The choir is led by its founding music director, Matthew Jaskiewicz. Choristers willing to learn challenging repertoire are invited to contact us by email about openings.