Christmas Concert

Our exciting programme for this Christmas includes

  • Vivaldi’s Gloria
  • O Holy Night
  • Go Tell it on the Mountain
  • The Infant Jesus of Buxtehude
  • Carols with audience participation

We feature wonderful soloists and a professional orchestra

Information and Tickets

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017  7:30 PM

New Life Church

28 Tracey Lane


Admission $25.00

Children under 12 get free admission

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Ask your favorite chorister or go to:

  • Paperwhite Flowers at the Tremont in Collingwood

You can also call Heather 705-888-4454

Our Soloists


Brian Rae

brian-raeOur Director was organist at St. Michael’s Cathedral in Toronto for 40 years and was bestowed Papal Honours in 2006, as a knight of St. Gregory.

An alumnus of St. Michael’s Choir School, he has held many positions in over 40 years at the school, including Director of Choral Music, Tour Director, organ and theory teacher as well as conductor of the Tenor-Bass and Senior Choirs. He was also head of the Instrumental and Theory Departments.

Conductor, organist and accompanist, he now resides in Collingwood with his wife Dolores.  At present he is an organist at St. Mary’s Church, Collingwood, and conductor of ChoralWorks  Choir in Collingwood.




Wendy Bannerman-Clark
Carey DeGorter
Heather Emmerson
Peggy Govers
Abigail Hitchens
Jane Moysey
Pat Redmond
Bridget Schmidt
Katrina  Trautrim


Joslyn Biggins
Kathleen Cobb
Kathryn Colantonio
Céline Courteau
Phyllis Flemming
Diane Raino
Carol Riches
Thérèse Samuel
Patti Watson
Mary Weatherhead


Neal Lewis
Edward Prichard
Leonard Tawaststjerna
Paul Whittam

Lee Jameson-Krampp
Louis Moreau
Harvey Ng
Ray Piercy
Richard Ross

Past Concerts

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Christmas 2016

ChoralWorks presents two artistic and professional concerts a year. Selecting among the greatest music ever composed, from the middle ages to the 21st Century, the repertoire includes sacred and secular music in English as well as various other languages.