Choral Canada is thrilled to announce the 2022 National Youth Choir of Canada singers!
These 40 singers will be meeting in Ottawa May 8-20th to rehearse at the University of Ottawa School of Music facility. This intensive training week also includes time for cultural learning in Ottawa, as well as workshops and community engagement in the Ottawa-Gatineau area.
Prior to the training week in Ottawa, singers will participate in 3 professional development workshops and have access to NYCC Mentorship Pilot Project, launching in early 2022. These opportunities will offer the singers learning and connections with professionals in the choral arts sector.
The 2022 tour will kick off on May 14th, and includes the following performances, with more to come:
Box Office and Ticket Information
Saturday May 14, 2022 | 7:00 PM
Thursday May 19, 2022 | 8:00 PM
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COVID-19 has kept us all working diligently to secure accommodations, facilities, and performances for the 2022 NYCC and we’re thankful for the faculty and staff at the University of Ottawa School of Music and their enthusiastic support of this program. We would also like to thank our program sponsors the Sir Ernest MacMillan Memorial Foundation and the Azrieli Foundation, as well as our many private donors. Your support is vital to the success and continuation of this program. Donations can be made by visiting our DONATE page.
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