The Canadian Centennial Choir was established in 1967
- to preserve the musical spirit of Canada's centennial year by establishing scholarships or sponsorship for the benefit of deserving Canadians in the field of music;
- to interpret musical works through Canadian talent;
- to promote and encourage Canadian artists in this field;
- to promote actively through live and broadcast performances musical works of interest and meaning to all Canadians.
Your donations help us meet these goals.
About THE CANADIAN CENTENNIAL CHOIR (CCC)
The Canadian Centennial Choir is an amateur group of approximately 65-70 voices. It was originally established to celebrate in song the centenary of the Confederation of Canada in 1967. Through the efforts of dedicated founding members, the Choir was constituted in its present form in 1968 as a non-profit, charitable organization under the Canadian Corporations Act.