The Ontario Male Chorus (OMC) is an undertaking of the Associated Male Choruses of Ontario (AMCO) and arose out of AMCO members’ love of singing, as well as their desire to enhance their singing abilities. The chorus’ current mandate is to perform 1 - 4 times per year, in conjunction with both AMCO chorus events and others.
The OMC brings together singers from around Southwestern Ontario, fostering relationships among AMCO members and other members from around the province. This provides a unique opportunity for fellowship among like-minded singers.
For the balance of the current season 2017 – 2018, we have committed to one concert.
The membership fee is $150 for this shortened season.
May 26: The "Big Sing", at 7 pm, along with several AMCO groups, at
Marantha Christian Reformed Church, 94 Elgin St. S., Cambridge ON
Beginning in January 2018, rehearsals are scheduled for one Saturday per month,
9 am – noon, at Erin Mills United Church, 3010 The Collegeway, Mississauga, ON L5L 4X9
January 13, February 10, March 10, April 14, May 12
New members are always welcome. Try us out for free !! Bring cookies !!!
and you've always wanted to sing in a male choir -
- you just didn't know it yet!
Additional Info for Choristers
The Ontario Male Chorus is under the direction of one of
Ontario 's leading choral conductors, Bob Anderson.
Bob holds Bachelor of Music and Education Degrees from the University of Western Ontario, where he studied choral conducting with Deral Johnson, and a Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Cincinnati. He performed with the Elmer Iseler Singers for four seasons, and his choral arrangements and compositions are published with several Canadian publishers. He taught in the Peel District School Board for 25 years, joining the staff of Cawthra Park Secondary School in 1999, retiring in 2016.
If you wish to SIGN UP NOW !!! or would like to learn more, please contact [email protected]
The OMC's mission is to
foster and promote the art of male choral singing
stretch singers’ abilities, providing an opportunity for learning and growth in both youth and adults
provide performance opportunities for younger singers’ beginning careers
enhance the foundations singers take with them wherever they sing