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By Staff

January 18th, 2024



They have been doing it for a long time.

Operating as a registered charitable community choir, founded in 1994, the Burlington Civic Chorale is 35 voice SATB community choir, with volunteer singers of all ages and backgrounds from the region.

Under Artistic Director and Conductor Gary Fisher, and Accompanist Jennifer Goodine, the choir annually presents an exciting variety of concerts in the classical, baroque, operatic and contemporary folk music genre. The Burlington Civic Chorale is a member of Choirs Ontario.

Burlington Civic Chorale in rehearsal

The Chorale is celebrating its 30th season of presenting high-quality performances from its home base at St. Christopher’s Anglican Church in the City of Burlington. The choir’s repertoire is often accompanied by professional soloists and/or a chamber ensemble. The informal post-concert reception gives patrons and members an opportunity to socialize after each concert. Ticket prices are always kept affordable for families to enjoy the choral experience.

Over the years, funding has been provided by Performing Arts Burlington, City of Burlington, Burlington Community Foundation, the Trillium Foundation, the Leggat Foundation, Hager Industries, the Scott Family Foundation, the United Way of Burlington & Hamilton and from patrons, members and business donors. The choir  presents a Valentine Cabaret and Silent Auction fundraising concert each season.

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