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Bytown Beat Chorus
Bytown Beat Chorus is a women’s competitive barbershop chorus who enjoys singing 4 part acapella harmony. Women of all ages are offered a creative outlet for musical growth.
The Canadian Centennial Choir is an amateur group of approximately 65-70 voices. It was originally established to celebrate in song the centenary of the Confederation of Canada in 1967. Le Chœur du Centenaire canadien est un groupe amateur dont le nombre varie de 65 à 70 voix. Il fut fondé afin de célébrer le centenaire de la Confédération canadienne en 1967.
Cantata Singers of Ottawa
P.O. Box 4396, Station E
Cantata Singers of Ottawa, founded in 1964, is one of the foremost choirs in Eastern Ontario. The choir presents classical and contemporary music from around the world in its own choral concert series.
Award-winning ladies barbershop chorus, with over 70 members. The Chorus performs in Canadian and American competitions, visits seniors residences and hospitals, entertains at parties, conferences, awards dinners, etc.
Coro Vivo Ottawa
P.O. Box 47051
A friendly, vibrant, choir of approximately 50 members. We sing an eclectic repertoire ranging from Brahms and Haydn to Broadway and Folk. Musical Director the young talented Antonio Ilaca. For more information or to request an audition, please contact Helen Butland at 613-424-4954 email@example.com
Cross Town Youth Chorus
1391 Sault Street
A non-auditioned children's choir that provides an opportunity for children and youth aged 5 to 10 and 11 to 15 years of age, in Orleans, and Alta Vista, and surrounding areas to join together in friendship and song.
Cumberland Community Singers
Resurrection Lutheran Church, 1325 Gaultois (off Orleans Blvd.)
The choir presents a wide variety of repertoire from classical to folk songs, show tunes to gospel music. Something for everyone. All are welcome - no auditions.
752 Princess Louise Drive
An expressive Tabla Player - Ravi S.K. Singh has also founded Gharana Arts, an energetic, pro-active not-for-profit classical arts organization dedicated to teaching, promoting, and developing Indo-Canadian arts throughout Canada.
c/o AOE Arts Council, Box #9, Suite 260, Shenkman Arts Center, 245 Centrum Blvd.
Gloucester Community Concert Band is a non-profit, musical ensemble that provides amateur musicians the opportunity to play in an orchestra, simply for the love of music. The band aims to move its audiences with its musicality, its sensitivity, its energy and its rich and varied repertoire.
Gloucester Music Club
The Club gives concerts of classical and jazz music by amateur musicians of all ages, and provides the opportunity to perform in a professionally-run, non-competitive family concert setting.
Anne Cure, President
The Association consists of a dynamic group of independent teachers located east of the Rideau River, who meet to discuss teaching and share their resources. The Association offers referrals, meetings, workshops for students and for teachers.
2339 chemin Ogilvie, Case Postale 46023
This francophone musical ensemble performs the music of French-Canadian chansonniers, popular music and international folklore.