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Upcoming Concerts

Sun, Oct 19th, 2014
4:00 pm

"Great Choral Sounds" 

Eglinton St. George's United Church

Sat, Dec 13, 2014
7:30 pm

"Sure on this Shining Night"

Yorkminster Park Baptist Church


Sat, Apr 11, 2015
7:30 pm

"Of Heart and Tide: The Gift of Water "

Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall


Sun, May 24, 2015
4:00 pm

"Earth Songs, Love Songs"

George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts


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New Celtic Celebration CD

Each year the Amadeus Choir performs a concert of Celtic music in Toronto to an enthusiastic audience who have been asking for a CD they can take home.

Well – here it is, finally a reality.  Order your copy now! 
To view more click the cover below:

Celtic Celebration

Click here to listen to selections

Call 416.446.0188 or send
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Lydia Conducting the Amadeus Choir
The Amadeus Choir is one of the finest choirs in North America.  The choir's sound, diction and versatility take their listener straight to the heart of the music. With Lydia Adams at the helm, one would expect nothing less - a truly great choir, led by one of the very best choral directors working today.
Bramwell Tovey,
Founded in 1974, the Amadeus Choir is under the direction of Conductor and Artistic Director Lydia Adams. The Choir has become known for its professionalism, exceptional musicality, and diverse, high-quality programming - all a reflection of tAmadeus Choirhe leadership provided by Dr. Adams. During her time as Conductor and Artistic Director (since 1984), the choir has grown significantly in size and reputation to become one of Canada’s pre-eminent choral groups.

The Amadeus Choir performs a regular series of concerts at carefully selected downtown Toronto venues, presenting well-known artists in works by Canadian and international composers, including major works with instrumental ensembles or full orchestra, as well as challenging a cappella performances.

In addition to the Amadeus Choir’s regular concert series, the choir takes an active role in Ontario’s choral community by working in collaboration with other prominent local ensembles, such as the Elmer Iseler Singers, Bach Children’s Chorus, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Hannaford Street Silver Band, Gryphon Trio, Trillium Brass and True North Brass.
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