Founded in 2008, The Larkin Singers, has established itself as one of the finest professional choirs in Canada. The ensemble is made of eighteen distinguished musicians from Toronto and the surrounding area. Their annual concert series, presented at Holy Trinity Church, Toronto, has been applauded by both critics, and audience.
Critically acclaimed at home, and internationally, the choir has been repeatedly praised for its quality of sound, attention to detail, and impeccable ensemble.
“Larkin teased a spectacular amount of fine detail from his singers. From the quietest passages to loud statements the choir was impeccably balanced, and the language remained clearly intelligible despite the church’s lively acoustics.” – John Terauds, 2013
The Larkin Singers has enjoyed successful tours to Bristol, UK as resident choir at Bristol Cathedral and to New York City, performing at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine . They have also presented concerts in Ottawa, London and Kingston. In 2008, The Larkin Singers released its first recording, A New Work is Come on Hand featuring music of the Christmas season by Bach, R.V. Williams, Howells, Ord and others. The choir regularly collaborates with some of Toronto’s best musicians and musical ensembles, most recently g27 Orchestra, TorQ Percussion Quartet, and organist David Briggs.
There are currently no available positions in the choir. Exceptional singers with a previous experience singing with professional choirs are invited to contact the General Manager, Robin McLean, using the contact form below. Should a position within the choir become available, all interested candidates will receive further information.