Website sites you may find of interest

  • Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto: A 90-voice choir in Toronto, and was conducted by Lydia Adams for 35-years until 2019. Founded in 1975, this group offers a subscription concert series, with performances at the George Weston Recital Hall and other venues throughout the Toronto area. Members of the Amadeus Choir often perform with the Elmer Iseler Singers with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
  • Canadian Art Song Project: The Canadian Art Song Project fosters the creation and performance of Canadian art song repertoire by commissioning Canadian composers to write for Canadian singers; to facilitate a collaborative process between the composer and the performer; and to promote artistic excellence and the Canadian experience in the living art of song.
  • Canadian Music Centre: A comprehensive listing of Canadian composers, musical compositions, events and other Canadian music-related topics.
  • CharityVillage: Charity Village is Canada’s supersite for the nonprofit sector. Every day, you’ll find more than 3,000 pages of news, jobs, resources, how-to articles, volunteer and event listings, educational opportunities, and much more.
  • ChoirPlace: Launched on 2011, ChoirPlace is an online community-based center for choir members and vocal music lovers. It’s aim is to be the ultimate place for easily finding information about choirs and vocal groups, for finding and watching videos of choral music that were added by the community members.
  • ChoralNet: The major choral music resource on the Internet. List of choirs worldwide. Links to many musical and choral organizations, databases and resources, including Musica database.
  • Choirs Ontario: Choirs Ontario is an arts service organization dedicated to the promotion of choral activities and standards of excellence in Ontario. This organization has recently been revitalized and is now sponsoring such activities as the Ontario Youth Choir and the Ruth Watson Henderson Composition Competition.
  • Chorus America: Chorus America is the national service organization that promotes the highest artistic quality, development and growth of vocal ensembles, advocates the fair remuneration of professional singers and choruses, and stimulates greater understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of choral music throughout North America.
  • Eleanor McCain: Eleanor launched her 4th recording, Holiday, in November 2011 that includes the Elmer Iseler Singers as guests. After graduating from the music program at New Brunswick’s Mount Allison University, ECMA-nominated recording artist Eleanor McCain moved to Toronto where she concentrated on expanding her vocal style from pure classical to classical crossover with a fusion of pop and folk. Influences of the Maritimes still permeate Eleanor’s singing and spirit. Eleanor is featured in the Singers’ May 6, 2017 concert, “O Canada! 150th Celebration!”.
  • Jeff Reilly: This is the website for bass clarinetist, composer, improviser and music producer Jeff Reilly. Jeff is the bass clarinet soloist in the recording of Peter Togni’s Lamentations of Jeremiah with the Elmer Iseler Singers.
  • MP3 Classical Music Directory: Despite it’s name, this site has far more than just MP3 downloads: it is also a great resource for teachers and classical music enthusiasts, with composer biographies, music reviews, and articles on classical music.
  • Musical Toronto: The Elmer Iseler Singers are a member of Musical Toronto, – an independent digital news media website and blog supported by its audience and sponsors. Their primary focus is on arts coverage, including news reporting and criticism. Musical Toronto is tasked with keeping Canada’s arts community accountable, and critiquing both emerging and established artists and arts productions. Michael Vincent is the editor and publisher.
  • The New Classical 96.3 FM: “The Nation’s Classical Music Station”. Frequently broadcasts interviews and mini-concerts from its with studios at Queen and River in downtown Toronto.
  • Soundstreams Canada: Established in 1982 by Lawrence Cherney, Soundstreams Canada commissions and presents Canadian and international new music, generating opportunities for dynamic encounters among composers, performers and audiences. Over the years, members of the Elmer Iseler Singers have participated in numerous Soundstreams performances.
  • Tourism Toronto: The official Website of Tourism Toronto and the Toronto Visitors and Convention Association. Useful for listings of things to do, places to stay, restaurants, and important information for visitors to Toronto.
  • Toronto Concert Reviews: This website offers music reviews of the finest concerts in Toronto: ​symphonic, choral, opera, chamber, jazz and period music.​ By reviewing important live performances, this site hopes to pique the curiosity of Torontonians.
  • WholeNote Magazine: This magazine, often thought of as the Toronto Concert-goer’s “Bible”, has a very complete, interactive Website, too, that lists upcoming classical and post-classical music events in and around Toronto.