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Grand River Chorus

25 years of music in our hearts

2023 - 2024 Anniversary Concert Season

November 5, 2023
December 10, 2023
March 18, 2024
May 26, 2024

Grand River Chorus Major Fundraising Events

Join Us In Building a Vibrant Arts Community

Grand River Chorus is by the community, for the community. We are built on volunteer contributions and generous donations, grants, and sponsorships. As our community grows, we want to ensure arts and culture continue to be a valued part of our DNA. Support performing arts in Brantford and surrounding areas by attending a concert, joining our choir, volunteering, or making a donation to Grand River Chorus.

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Who We Are

Grand River Chorus is a member of the vibrant Brantford Performing Arts Community. We are a mixed voice, auditioned community choir that sings everything from Mozart to Mamma Mia. We pride ourselves on high quality choral concerts that delight audiences of all ages.

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Come Sing with Us

We are always looking for new singers to join Grand River Chorus!  We rehearse Monday evenings from 7:30 – 10:00pm. We are diverse in experience and age and share a passion for learning, singing, and performing. Want to make new friends and stretch your singing chops?  Contact us to book an audition! 

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Our Concerts

Grand River Chorus presents four concerts each year with a diverse repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary music. We are led by an outstanding artistic leadership team that loves to feature local composers and soloists. 

Rave Reviews!

Grand River Chorus would love to hear from our audience members.  Please email us at info@grandriverchorus.com with your feedback.

"We enjoyed the concert, especially the significant number of pieces that we recognized and love."
"I thought there was intelligence and humour in the selection of music… a little classical (to show what you are capable of), and the contemporary, which more people might enjoy."
"Your hard work was evident (so many new pieces) and the choir seemed relaxed and happy at the same time."