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Event type: All Ages
The Canadian Celtic Choir is a London-based SATB choir that was founded in 1996 by Dan Surman, BFA, B.Ed, to sing and promote Celtic choral music and culture. The Choir has built a solid reputation as one of the most in demand choirs in Southern Ontario. The Canadian Celtic Choir’s repertoire features songs from Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, and the Canadian Maritimes ranging from the traditional (including a few songs sung in Irish and Scots Gaelic) to the more contemporary.
We are led by conductor Paul Grambo, BMus, MMus (appointed March 2020). Prior to his appointment as conductor, Paul has also served as our voice coach, emcee, and alternate conductor. In addition to leading the CCC, Paul is a member of the Grammy Award-winning and Juno nominated The Elora Singers, Artistic Director of London Pro Musica Choir, and has his own voice studio. Renowned pianist Stephen Holowitz had joined us as our new accompanist (November 2022).
The Canadian Celtic Choir has performed both nationally and internationally including: Pier 21 in Halifax, Canada Summer Games, Windsor Celtic Festival, Goderich Celtic Roots Festival, Owen Sound Celtic Festival, Fergus Highland Games, Home County Music & Art Festival (London), Canterbury Folk Festival (Ingersoll), Fieldcote Summer Music Series (Ancaster), Lighthouse Theatre (Port Dover), the opening of the Wolf Performance Hall (London, Ontario), Brantford Music Club at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts (Brantford, Ontario), Women’s Canadian Club (London, Ontario) and several times with Orchestra London Canada (now London Symphonia). The CCC has opened for the Men of The Deeps, The Irish Descendants, John McDermott, Lighthouse, and John Tesh.
The CCC won the Best Classical Vocal Group category of the London Music Awards in both 2008, 2009, and 2010. In 2010 the CCC was inducted into the London Music Awards Hall of Fame. In 2012 we were nominated for the Most Popular Choir at the 2012 Forest City London Music Awards and won the award in 2015.
Cutoff is Friday, May 12, 2023 4:29 pm EDT unless it sells out earlier.