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Christmas Through
the Ages

December 1, 2018

7:30 pm

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Enjoy Listening!

(Use the arrows below each selection to start the audio. You must click the double lines (pause) to stop the audio you are listening to before you start another or you'll hear both at the same time!)

A piece from our SOLD OUT Broadway May 2016 concert - My Fair Lady- On The Street Where You Live


'Gloria' by Andrew Gilpin, featuring Shawn Grenke on piano, performed Christmas 2011.

'In My Room' from the Beach Boys medley performed at our JukeBox Jamboree in 2010.

"God Shall Wipe Away All Tears" from Karl Jenkins' Armed Man-Mass for Peace performed 2009 at the beautiful Queen of Peace Croatian Church in Norval Ontario.

"Hallelujah" chorus from Handel's Messiah performed in 2010 with the Valen Ensemble Orchestra


Upcoming Concert

The Georgetown Choral Society is always happy to welcome new members.

No special talents are required. Just a love of singing and a willingness to put in the rehearsal time.

Acceptance is subject to an audition with the Artistic Director.

Come and get a first-hand experience of being part of the choir by attending a rehearsal, which are held in the Christian Reformed Church at 11611 Trafalgar Road, Georgetown, every Monday evening at 7:30 pm.

If you are interested in joining the choir, contact Laurent Thibault (905 877 7795).

What our audience members say about us:

Periodically, the GCS surveys members to find out how we are doing. We were very pleased with the generally very positive feedback and appreciated the suggestions for improvement from the audience survey of the Christmas 2012 concert. Here are a few direct quotes:

  • “Wonderful entertainment”
  • “Excellent and thoroughly enjoyable”
  • “Powerful large group sound”
  • “Appreciate your professionalism and obvious love of music”
  • “Thank you for your continued service to the community”
  • “Warm, friendly atmosphere at concerts”

Come to our concerts and decide for yourself !