Research has found that singing in groups releases endorphins and helps people form bonds with each other quickly. In fact, it was even one of the ways our hunter-gatherer ancestors made connections among each other. Check out this interesting article on the subject!

Sometimes, the thought of practicing independently seems overwhelming. Where to start? Especially if you don’t have a piano at home or much free time. However, taking just a little time every week to review your music can make a huge difference in not only your own performance, but that of the whole choir. Check out this…

Mississauga Festival Youth Choir presented “Our World, Our Stories” concert recently at the Eden United Church. Catherine of Enersource, concert sponsor, presented a cheque to Ana Alvarez and company to open the concert. Children and youth, ages 7-19, wore smiles from ear to ear throughout the event as they swayed and sang a selection of…

  We had a wonderful time on our retreat at Camp Brebeuf! The choir has been here for retreats and rehearsals. Our singers enjoyed an opportunity to spend a day filled with fun, songs, games and blossoming friendships!

2011-12 Board of Directors   President – Monique Armstrong Former President – Jo Anne Boni Secretary – Donna Kalyn Treasurer – Loida Uchida Fundraising – Joseph and Jamie Smith Publicity – Robert Raymond Members at Large – Sharon Vanin, Carl Gritter Artistic Director – Deborah Bradley Choir Administrator – Snezana Kovac