Cantabile Chamber Singers is a non-profit Toronto-based chamber choir, formed in 2006 by artistic director Cheryll J. Chung. We are committed to enlightening audiences, and attracting a new generation of Canadians to the resonance and enrichment of choral music through a combination of informed interpretation, engaging audiences and innovative programming. We believe in engaging in cultural diversity through our programming and promoting music written by living and young composers of the present.
Cantabile Chamber Singers believes in addressing social justice issues through the music that we sing. Our final concert of last season, entitled "Social Justice", explored issues that included the #MeToo movement, environment, peace, bullying, unity and hope. As part of our education initiative, admission to our concerts for children under 13 is free. We believe that our music helps to bring awareness to important social issues and we truly hope to enrich the lives of those who attend our concerts.
As a small choir, our single source of revenue comes from ticket sales and it has become increasingly difficult to meet our rising operating costs while still keeping our concerts as accessible as possible. This is why we need your support.
Can you help?
A donation of $25 pays for the cost of music purchase for one choir member.
A donation of $55 pays for the cost of our rehearsal venue for one week.
A donation of $100 covers 50% of the printing costs for a single concert.
A donation of $150 will pay for half of our insurance cost for the year.
$100 donation will receive free CD!
$200 donation will receive a free CD and 2 complimentary tickets with reserved seating!
$300 donation will receive a free CD, 4 tickets with reserved seating and attend a rehearsal!
Please consider making a donation to our fundraising campaign and help us to achieve our goal of $3,000.
Your contribution will help us to continue to play a vital role in the choral arts scene in Toronto.