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What makes us different:

We believe so strongly in the power of genuine connections to create beautiful, tight sound that we limit the number of members in each choir.  Our small choir communities allow the Artistic Director and all members to get to know each other and build trust.  Ultimately, singers feel safe, supported and free to find and express their unique voices.

Our Belief

Voices Rock Canada believes everyone should feel the joy that comes from creating and connecting in a choir community.

What we offer:

VRC strives for an excellent choral experience, combining discipline and fun with professional, structured direction and proper singing techniques.  VRC’s live rehearsal format, concerts and events, often with live musicians, always present exciting, original arrangements of contemporary repertoire.

 

VRC are “ROCK CHOIRS FOR THE 21st CENTURY”, inclusive of all abilities and backgrounds. There are 4 different choirs:

  • VR Kids: Choirs for grades 3-12

  • VR Medicine: Choirs for Women Physicians

  • VR Prime: Choirs for Seniors

  • VR Ensemble: Choirs for Adults, age 18+

 

At Voices Rock Canada you will experience the joy of singing in a fulfilled, self-expressive way while being part of a dynamic, inclusive community. You will learn, you will grow, you will engage and you will belong!

Voices Rock Canada Land Acknowledgement

Voices Rock Canada is proud to be part of a rich history of music, art and education in this province.

We acknowledge the land we are gathering on is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat First Nations.

 

We respect the rights, legacy, history, culture and traditions of all First Peoples of Canada.

 

We are uninvited guests to this land and through treaties, we acknowledge that we are allowed to stay here, provided we respect the land, water and share the resources.

 

Voices Rock Canada embraces the land, water, creatures and humans that are still home to many Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island; we are sincerely grateful to be able to live, work, walk, dance and sing within these communities.