About the Canadian Centennial Choir
The Canadian Centennial Choir (CCC) is an amateur community concert choir of approximately 70 voices. It was established in 1967 to celebrate in song the centenary of Canadian Confederation. Through the efforts of dedicated founding members, the Choir was constituted in 1968 as a non-profit, charitable organization. Since 2013, the choir operates under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act (NFP Act).
The CCC is governed by a constitution and directed by an elected board. The Choir's annual general meeting is held annually; at that meeting, the members of the board are elected.
The Choir performs secular and sacred music with a particular focus on new and commissioned works composed or arranged by Canadians.
The Choir's operating revenue comes primarily from membership fees, fundraising activities, sponsorships, grants, and subscription and ticket sales.
Click on the titles below to hear CCC sing.