With passion and commitment to excellence in choral performance, we are proud to present the Pax Christi Chorale 2018–19 concert season. Joined by exceptional Canadian guest artists and the superb Toronto Mozart Players, Pax Christi Chorale continues to grow as an ensemble of high calibre and a cultural beacon in our city.

Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor

Saturday April 27, 2019 at 7:30pm 

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Stirring music of devotion by great Russian and Ukrainian composers
October 27 & 28, 2018

A capella masterpieces from the reign of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I  
December 16, 2018

The world premiere of the oratorio by Barbara Croall
March 31, 2019


Pax Christi Chorale’s Fundraising Gala

Join us for a evening to celebrate Stephanie Martin’s new oratorio, The Sun, the Wind, and the Man with the Cloak which Pax Christi Chorale will be performing in our 2019–2020 season.

Saturday, May 4th, 2019, 6:30 pm
Havergal College, Event Hall
1451 Avenue Road, North York

David Bowser’s professional credentials and his vision for the choir are outstanding. He is an excellent fit with our commitment to artistic excellence and our goals for growth. We look forward to the many valuable synergies between David’s community and our own.
— Carol Ringer, Pax Christi Chorale Board Chair


The choir has steadily added to its oratorio repertoire, enriching Toronto choral music lovers with memorable performances and gaining a reputation as one of Canada’s finest oratorio choirs.

– Choral Canada

A packed house at Koerner Hall was treated to a rare and stirring performance of Edward Elgar’s oratorio The Kingdom. Here was the full glory of a grand old choral tradition, delivered with great polish and total conviction.

– John Terauds, Musical Toronto

The choir ... has grown more ambitious year after year, and the concerts – and the fundraisers – have increased in beauty and complexity.

– Joe Fiorito, Toronto Star

The performance I attended was a triumph. The work was quite rightly given without intermission and accordingly had real momentum. The combined effect of solo singers, choir and instrumentalists was entirely successful.

– Hans de Groot, The WholeNote