The Toronto Children's Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company

Our Highlights

Toronto Children’s Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company (TC3) has been fortunate enough to make an award-winning recording as well as over the years sing, drum and dance for numerous corporate, private and public events. Below are our highlights.

RECORDINGS

Recorded and released the full-length recording “Our Message” in 2008 under Micah label.  TC3’s debut release featured 4 original songs and included such popular songs as ‘When The Roll,’ ‘What’s Going On,’ and ‘Kwaze (Be Like Him)’.

AWARDS and NOMINATIONS
  • Won the Children’s Performance of the Year at Canada’s inaugural Glass Awards.
  • 2009 Gospel Music Association of Canada  award-winning Children’s Song of the Year ‘Show Me The Way To Go’ by Rev. Denise Gillard from their debut album “Our Message.”
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS 2002 – 2012
  • Appearance in “Nikita” TV Series, 3rd Season
  • Appearance in “Copper” TV Series , 1st Season
  • Appearance in Mike Meyer’s “The Love Guru”
  • Barbados Tourism Festival
  • Opened for the “Soweto Gospel Choir” Toronto Hummingbird Centre for the Arts
  • “This Is Emily Yeung” TV appearance/ 2 segments (Treehouse TV - Canada, Disney USA) http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1713864704/tt0926377?ref_=tt_pv_md_4
  • Toronto Police Services Board 50th Anniversary Gala Banquet
  • Canadian Cancer Society Relay of Hope
  • Regis in the Arts/Regis College; University of Toronto 75th Anniversary
  • Toronto Area Association of Baptist Churches Carolfest
  • "Stand By Me”: A Celebration of Gospel and Inspirational Song and Dance held at Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts – Hosted by JoJo Chintoh (City TV) with special guest artists: Tabby Johnson(Treehouse TV-Big Comfy Couch); Drake (DeGrassi Next Generation); Tiki Mercury-Clarke
  • Irie Music Festival
  • Toronto Police Official Launch of Black History/African Heritage Month
  • Canadian Race Relations Foundation: “Award of Excellence Event”
  • All About Kids Festival
  • Stephen Lewis Foundation “Disappearing” TV Public Service Announcement (Children’s Singing Voices)
  • Official Launch of African Heritage Month: Ottawa reception: Prime Minister Paul Martin; Minister Jean Augustine; assorted Toronto Breakfast Clubs and various dignitaries from Capitol Hill
  • American Librarian Association North American Conference
  • Grandmothers to Grandmothers/Stephen Lewis Foundation
  • Winter Olympic Torch Relay
  • Inauguration of National Culture Days Press Conference
  • City of Mississauga Canada Day Celebration
  • City of Scarborough Christmas Tree Lighting and New Year’s Eve Celebrations
  • Gospel Music Machine’s 25th Anniversary
  • Toronto District, Peel/Halton District, and the Durham District School Board’s Black History Month Assemblies
  • Sounds of Christmas 25th Anniversary with “Scarborough Choral Society”