Echo Fall Season, Sept. 5, 2023

Have a great summer! Echo will be taking a break, but might do some outdoor or outreach singing events over the summer.
We will begin a new session this fall at Holy Trinity Church by the Eaton Centre, Tuesday nights and the occasional Saturday.
Andrew Craig will be joining us as our Special Guest Artist for workshops and Winter Concert, as part of the
ECHO!! Revived, Canada Council project. More details tba.


Echo Spring Concert, Enough is Enough!

Thank you for a wonderful Concert!
Sunday, May 14, 3pm at Holy Trinity, Toronto, 2023
with Special Guest Artist Annabelle Chvostek
A musical call to justice and action, for our planet and our community.
This is part of the ECHO!! Revived, Canada Council project.

Thank you Silent Auction Donors! Echo Spring Fundraiser

Thank you Silent Auction Donors! Echo Spring Fundraiser
April 20, 2023 at the Tranzac Club, Special Guests Gwen Swick & Caitlin Hanford

Stephen Goring Registered Massage Therapist – 26 Russett Ave. Toronto

Alison Crouch, Boomerang PilatesRoncy United Church 240 Roncesvalles Ave 2nd floor Toronto

Ursula Buck Registered Massage Therapist – 208-348 Danforth Ave (near Chester) Toronto
416-465-7597 [email protected]

Gregory Saliba, Village Healing Centre – Roncesvalles United Church  214 Wright Ave Toronto

Natasha Parsons, Tarragon Theatre – 30 Bridgman Ave. Toronto

Richard Souce, Stockyards Boxing and Fitness Centre – 215 Ryding Ave Toronto

Mathieu McFadden, ChocoSol Traders – 1131 St. Clair Avenue West  Toronto

Echo Spring Concert, Enough is Enough! Sunday, May 14 3pm Holy Trinity Church, 2023

Join Echo and local Guest Artist Annabelle Chvostek
for a musical call to justice and action, for our planet and our community.
This is part of the ECHO!! Revived, Canada Council project.

We are excited to be performing at our home base, the newly renovated
Church of the Holy Trinity, 19 Trinity Square, Toronto  MAP
next to the Eaton Centre and Accessible.
Masks are recommended.

Tickets can be purchases at the door or through:  Eventbrite
Adult  $25
Seniors, Children $15
Underwaged PWYC

Led by Artistic Director Alan Gasser the concert will include a rich repertoire
of fierce social justice music from many traditions, Echo classics, Canadiana,
Shaker pieces, songs about climate justice, and music from our
favourite composers that speak to current challenges.

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Echo Fundraiser: An Evening with Gwen Swick & Caitlin Hanford & other special guests!

Thursday, April 20, 2023
Tranzac Club
, 292 Brunswick Ave. Toronto MAP

Tickets $20. can be purchased at the door or on-line through: Eventbrite

Echo is long-overdue for a live fundraiser!
You’re invited to join us on Thurs. Apr. 20 for a fabulous night of tunes with
iconic folk musicians Gwen Swick and Caitlin Hanford.

Free snacks, cash bar and fabulous Silent Auction!

Caitlin Hanford is an American-Canadian singer-songwriter living in Toronto. Gwen Swick, born in Winnipeg, is a singer-songwriter, guitarist and bassist, living in Elora. Both are members of Quartette, with Sylvia Tyson and Cindy Church, and of The Marigolds with Susie Vinnick. Their music is part bluesy, part jazzy, and part traditional country and bluegrass.

All proceeds support Echo, a non-profit community choir and registered charity.

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Annabelle Chvostek Open Workshop Feb. 25, 2023

Thank you Annabelle for a great workshop!
Join us for a community choral singing workshop with singer-songwriter, fiddler and composer Annabelle Chvostek. In-person and Zoom 

Date and time  Saturday, Feb. 25, 10:00am-12:30pm, Toronto EST, 2023
Join Zoom Meeting

Church of the Holy Trinity 19 Trinity Square, MAP  (beside the Eaton Centre, accessible)
Echo is thrilled to be working with Annabelle Chvostek as a guest artist this term. 
Chvostek is a Toronto-based singer-songwriter, composer and producer whose musical achievements range from folk to jazz to indie pop. She has composed music for dance and film, co-written songs and toured with Bruce Cockburn, and was once in the band The Wailin’ Jennys. 
Annabelle will be teaching Echo and friends some new music. Sponsored by the Echo Choir as part of our Canada Council for the Arts ECHO!! Revived grant project, this workshop is open to adult and teen singers of all genders and all (or no!) experience. You do not need to be able to read music to participate. 

Participants are welcome in-person or on Zoom.
In-person participants are asked to wear masks. 

Payment: suggested $15. Or PWYC, cash in hat style, or 
Tickets can be purchased here: Eventbrite 

Echo Winter Concert Program Ads, Dec. 4, 2022, Through Darkness into Hope

Echo Winter Concert Program Ads, Dec. 4, 2022, Through Darkness into Hope

M, Mattachioni
New East Location, 1501 Gerrard St. E. Tor. 416- 466-1111
West Location, 1617 Dupont St. Tor. 416-519-1010

Bloor Avenue Chiropractic, Dr. Lynette Nissen
1033 Bay St. #314 & 2306A Bloor St. W. Tor.

Harbord Bakery & Calandria
115 Harbord St. Tor.
416- 922- 5767