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CCS Concert Season in Toronto

Concert 1 – In Paradisum  –November 9th 7:30 pm, St Patrick’s Catholic Church, 131 McCaul St

 This is a joint concert with St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and the Candlelight Liturgy Singers featuring the Requiem by Gabriel Fauré, which was dedicated to his father, who died in 1885, and was later performed at Fauré’s own funeral in 1924. Of all seven sections, the Pie Jesu, Agnus Dei, and In Paradisum emerge as the most glorious, filled with rich, soulful melodies. The work garnered the praise of many other composers, such as Camille Saint-Saëns, who thought it was divine. You will hear three ensembles perform separately in the first half and then jointly for the second half for the Requiem. A portion of the proceeds will go towards ASHADEEP orphanage in India.

Organist: Conrad Gold, Violinist: Natalie Wong

New works by: Imogen Hall, Kelly- Marie Murphy

$25 cash only at the door OR buy your ticket online here:

Concert 2 – Solstice – December 14th, 7:30 pm, Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. W

 Cantabile will be performing at the Church of the Redeemer featuring works of the season, so you can look forward to some interesting arrangements of your favourite music. As a commitment to exploring and promoting the music of living composers, you’ll be sure to hear some new music. Featuring music written by Dr. Laura Sgroi.

$30/$25 – Children under 13 are free, tickets will be available through

Concert 3 – The Elements – April 18th, 7:30 pm, Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. W

This concert will feature music that describes the elements: earth, wind, water, and fire. Music represented will span composers from the Renaissance to living contemporary composers. Part of this concert will feature compositions from contemporary female composers from around the world. This concert is at Church of the Redeemer.

$30/ $25 – Children under 13 are free, tickets will be available through

Sunday Vespers Services at Church of the Redeemer:

November 3rd, December 1st, April 19th – Evensong services are free to the public.

Season update 2019-2020

Happy Summer! We are excited to announce that we are accepting new singers for next season. If you and your friend is a tenor, bass or a soprano, who loves to excel and sing challenging music in an intimate…