may, 2022

15may4:00 pmNational Youth Choir in concert

Event Details

The National Youth Choir

In-Person: May 15 at 4:00pm, The Spire
Digital On-Demand: May 20-22

The National Youth Choir presents Make Me A World is a concert addressing important social issues through a diverse array of musical selections. The human voice is the simplest and yet one of the most complex musical instruments. A choir is a micro representation of an ideal society, that is, many individuals with different and unique voices working together diligently to create harmony and unison of intent. Being both vulnerable and powerful, the human voice, especially in choral music, speaks directly to the soul and this is why choral singing is so important. This program is both a reflection on our society and a tribute to our world – a world where music allows us to find common ground and look towards a better and more inclusive future.

Featuring some of Canada’s best emerging choral singers, The National Youth Choir of Canada (NYCC) is a project of Choral Canada and is one of Canada’s finest youth choirs. Truly national in scope, the prestigious choir is made up of 40 singers between the ages of 19 and 26 who are auditioned from across the country every two years. 

Conductor: Jean-Sébastien Vallée
Apprentice Conductor: Thomas Burton
Collaborative Pianist: Irene Gregorio




(Sunday) 4:00 pm


Sydenham Street United Church (The Spire)

82 Sydenham Street


Cantabile Choirs of 82 Sydenham St

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