Toronto Region

CAMMAC Toronto caters to music-lovers and amateur music-makers who live within a 100 km radius of the Toronto area. Our region offers various activities (for singers and instrumentalists) throughout the year, opportunities to meet other music-lovers through learning, playing and enjoying music. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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Photo: Claudia Morawetz, June 2007



Are you looking for places to perform in and around the Toronto area? Live Music for Live Audiences can help you make contact with audiences in retirement and nursing homes, hospitals and libraries. Help to brighten the day of people who perhaps do not get out much. See the link below under Playing Opportunities for more information and contact Martyn Rice, the co-ordinator of the group.





Playing Opportunities

Monthly readings let you read through different works, usually with choir and orchestra; occasionally orchestral works or a cappella only. The first half of a reading is a "mini-rehearsal", and in the second half, the work is "performed" with the participants as audience.


Live Music for Live Audiences
Get your group in the catalogue, and be invited to perform in nursing homes and hospitals.


Musical Chairs
Looking for someone to make music with? Find other "music-mates" in the Toronto region.


Toronto General Hospital Heart and Soul Concerts
Perform for patients and staff in the cardiac wing at Toronto's première hospital.



Classical, jazz and world music workshops are held for singers, instrumentalists and dancers. Come learn something in a relaxed, supportive environment.  



The CAMMAC Recorder Players' Society meets regularly from September to June to play consort music. We welcome players of all types of recorders and other early instruments.




Five issues annually of the Toronto region newsletter contain notices of upcoming musical activities, CAMMAC news, classifieds and musical anecdotes. The newsletter is available in hardcopy (to CAMMAC members) or electronically.
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