Etobicoke Centennial Choir (ECC) is an auditioned SATB community choir that welcomes choristers, audience members and volunteers from all walks of life, backgrounds, identities and experiences.

ECC provides amateur singers with a high-calibre, challenging and supportive choral music experience, facilitated by our professional music director, collaborative pianist and vocal section leads. Choristers improve their vocal skills and musical knowledge, and learn repertoire in wide variety of musical styles over a three-concert season.

We aspire to promote the art of choral singing and enrich the cultural life of our choristers and community through vibrant, diverse choral musical performances. We believe that choral singing fosters joy, harmony and goodwill as individuals join their voices to create beautiful music together.Calling all singers!
ECC is on the lookout for new voices for our upcoming 2023-2024 season. Immerse yourself in the harmonious world of choral music in a high-calibre, challenging and supportive setting. 
Work with professional musicians, improve your vocal skills and musical knowledge as you learn a diverse repertoire ranging from classical masterpieces to contemporary and popular music.
Join us for an OPEN REHEARSAL on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, where you’ll have the chance to experience our choir community firsthand and explore what ECC has to offer. It will take place at Humber Valley United Church at 7:30pm.
Some prior choral experience and ability to read music is recommended.

Planning to attend the Open Rehearsal? Please let us know, in advance, at


It’s a wrap! What a fantastic concert we had – a jubilant evening of sharing beautiful music of the season. With thanks to our 20 instrumentalists, the Cantabile Choir of Young Voices Toronto and our full and enthusiastic audience for making it a festive event to remember.


ECC’s beloved holiday concert went virtual!

Etobicoke Centennial Choir’s first-ever virtual concert, entitled “How can we keep from singing?,” was recorded live at Humber Valley United Church on December 4, and debuted online December 16. In addition to performing for our dedicated followers, we reached new audiences both regionally and around the globe, including listeners in the United States, Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand! The reviews have been glowing, praising both the quality of the performance and the production.  We are proud of the results of this rewarding new venture.

The concert remains available to view free of charge:

Etobicoke Centennial Choir in the Globe and Mail

Freelance journalist Ben Mussett interviewed ECC choristers and music director Henry Renglich for his outstanding feature article on a choir’s experience during the Covid pandemic. The article was published in the Globe and Mail online on December 8, and in print in the Arts and Leisure section on Saturday, December 11. In addition to acknowledging the challenges and disappointments of the past two years, he beautifully conveys the passion that choristers have for singing and making music together. The result is an uplifting article that highlights our efforts and commitment to keep on singing! 

The article can be found here:

Supported by the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council and Rama Toronto East Gaming Centre

Etobicoke Centennial Choir gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Jackman Foundation.

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Supported by the Ontario Charitable Gaming Association