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  • Our Story

    Singing Out is Toronto’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Community Chorus. We are a mixed-voice, non-auditioned chorus. Click here to learn more!

  • Buy Tickets

    Tickets for Singing Out concert events can be purchased many in different ways. Come and see us perform live. Click here to buy now!

  • Join Us

    Singing Out welcomes both seasoned and beginner singers. If you love to sing and want a sense of belonging in the LGBTQ community, come out to our rehearsal. Click here to learn more!

  • Donate

    Your financial support plays an important role in helping Singing Out fulfill its mission of “PRIDE. MUSIC. BELONGING”. Any amount is appreciated. Please click here to donate!

Temporary Relocation: Regent Park Community Centre

Due to construction at the 519 Community Centre, Singing Out is temporarily re-locating for the month of September. Please join us for rehearsals – starting September 6 – at the new Regent Park Community Centre (402 Shuter St.). Rehearsals will resume at the 519 Community Centre as soon as construction is completed. We wish the 519 the best with their renovations and upgrades!


Fall Registration Opens August 6, 2016

Join Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community chorus in our 25th year! Singing Out welcomes both seasoned and beginner singers. If you love to sing and want a sense of belonging in the LGBTQ+ community, come out for rehearsal every Tuesday at 7 pm at 519 Community Centre, Ballroom, 519 Church St.

Online registration opens on Friday, August 6, 2016.

Ontario Arts Council Invests In Singing Out

July 15, 2016 – Singing Out, Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community chorus, is grateful to acknowledge generous support from the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) for the 2016-17 performance season.

Since 1963, Ontario Arts Council has fostered the creation and production of art for the benefit of all Ontarians. This $10,000 operating program grant will strengthen Singing Out’s capacity to engage, welcome and support an even more diverse and inclusive membership (including queer youth, newcomers and transgender individuals), and to promote pride – both in who we are and in musical excellence – to the communities where we live, perform and find mutual support. Within the choir, we shall foster a positive image of our common goals of belonging, unity, and empowerment: a reflection of our lives.

Thank you to Ontario Arts Council for your continued support, and for sharing our vision for Pride, Music and Belonging.

Ontario Arts Council