“Woodstock’s Ambassadors of Song”, as city council would ultimately proclaim it, was launched in January of 1966 by Dr. Norman E. Burt-Gerrans, a physician and long time resident of Woodstock, Ontario.
Sunday June 9th, 2019
St. Marys United Church
St. Marys, ON
85 Church St. S.
St. Marys, ON
“Songs of Love and Land”
Tickets: $20 for adults, $10 for students
Tickets available in St. Marys from
Lyric Flowers and The Flower Shop and More
on the main street
and the host church
St. James Anglican – 519-284-1147
Refreshments to follow.
The Woodstock Choralaires is a non-profit, charitable organization, and as such the choir responds to needs and opportunities within our own community of Woodstock and Oxford County. Benefit concerts for community organizations are a regular part of our yearly agenda. Our performing year in Woodstock focuses on a Christmas concert and a spring concert. Personal enjoyment, public commitment, and artistic growth continue to characterize the Woodstock Choralaires. 2016 marked the choir’s 50th year of providing enjoyment and inspiration through music.
Membership is open to anyone. The only prerequisite is a commitment to and a love for singing. If you are interested in joining us in song - send us a message.
From September to April, on Monday nights
7:30pm to 9:30pm
at St David's United Church, 190 Springbank Avenue.
Thank you to our supporters
The Woodstock Choralaires, Ambassadors of Song for Woodstock, are grateful to our many sponsors including corporations, businesses and individuals who have contributed financially during 2017-18 season.
Individuals who attend our performances are also valued supporters. Your applause recognizes the work done by the performers to provide a quality show and to foster appreciation for the arts in Woodstock.
Your generosity means the Choralaires can continue to offer the high quality performances that our audiences have come to expect. Your generosity also allows the Choralaires to sing in the community to help churches and other institutions raise money for their own community projects.