2017–18 Season

Joined by exceptional Canadian guest artists and the superb Toronto Mozart Players, Pax Christi Chorale continued to grow as an ensemble of high calibre and a cultural beacon in our city. Each of our three programmes offered an exhilarating concert experience.

Romantic Masters
Sunday, October 29 2017, 3:00 p.m.

With Leslie Ann BradleyKrisztina SzabóIsaiah Bell, Brett PolegatoAsher Ian Armstrong, and Toronto Mozart Players

Saturday, December 16 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 17, 2017, 3:00 p.m.

With Andrea Núñez, soprano, winner of the 2016 Toronto Mozart Vocal Competition and Daniel Norman, organ

Download the Gloria Program.

Die Schopfung
Saturday, April 28, 7:30 p.m.

With Danika LorènCharles SyOlivier Laquerre, and Toronto Mozart Players


2016–17 Season

Our 30th anniversary season saw inventive performances of choral favourites, including the Canadian premiere of Elgar's The Apostles.

Elijah - Felix Mendelssohn
November 5 & 6, 2016

With The Bicycle Opera Project, featuring Geoffrey Sirett, baritone, as Elijah.


Download the Elijah Concert Program.

Why Elijah? Read The WholeNote's take on Pax Christi's interpretation of Mendelssohn's final oratorio.

Listen as Stephanie Martin talks with David Perlman of The WholeNote and Noel Edison of Toronto Mendelsson Choir about the history of the oratorio and their own productions of Elijah

Ode on the Nativity - C.H.H Parry
December 10 & 11, 2016

With Shannon Mercer and the Aslan Boys Choir

A rich and varied programme featuring traditional and new works, including:

  • Hubert Parry's reflective Ode on the Nativity

  • The ethereal Hodie Christus Natus Est by Palestrina

  • Two new commissions by the talented young composer Matthew Emery

  • Works by Gustav Holst, Arvo Pärt, and Poulenc

The Apostles - Edward Elgar
Canadian Premiere

April 29 & 30, 2017

With Meredith Hall, Krisztina Szabó, Brett Polegato, Lawrence Wiliford, Daniel Lichti, Michael Uloth, and the Etobicoke School of the Arts chamber choir

Like Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, Elgar’s masterpiece provides profound, poetic insight into the ancient story of ordinary people grappling with epic events unraveling around them, painted larger than life by a masterful musical story teller.