Welcome to Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto!


Common Thread: Community Chorus of Toronto is a non-audition chorus which promotes a sense of community by performing joyful and empowering music. All voices are welcome! We believe that everyone can sing and that together we can make beautiful music. We sing music that celebrates the dignity of all people and their struggles to create a better world. We sing for recreation, for reverence, for learning and laughter, for struggle, for hope and for understanding. One of our goals is to encourage people to sing in their everyday lives. To that end we often invite our audience to sing along. We aim to “Put a song on people’s lips, and not just in their ears!”

Common Thread Community Chorus adopts the following statement as part of its foundational commitments:

CT acknowledges that, for thousands of years, these lands have been the traditional lands of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently the Mississaugas of the New Credit. CT also acknowledges that this territory remains the home of many indigenous people from across Turtle Island. CT members and supporters are grateful to be able to gather and sing here.

CT Kids: Fun and empowering songs, building a sense of belonging, respect for diversity and positive social change from a youth perspective. Click here for more information.


Common Thread at the McLeod Auditorium, 1 April 2017
Common Thread Chorus on stage at the McLeod Auditorium, 1 April 2017
And announcing our end-of-season concerts:
Concert poster for may 2017
Common Thread Community Chorus Presents:
“Canada 150: Understanding the Past, Inspiring the Future” 
Featuring CT Kids and Special Guest Kim Wheatley 
Saturday, May 27th, 2017 
Performances: Matinee 2:30pm, Evening 7:30pm 
Toronto Estonian House 958 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON M4K 2R6
$20 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, kids free.
You can buy tickets at Eventbrite:
 ALERT: The TTC and the city have decided to shut down the subway between St George and Broadview Stations for maintenance work on the Prince Edward Viaduct etc., on our weekend. They will be running shuttle buses between those points. Our concert will go ahead as scheduled, but if you are coming from West of the Don Valley you will need to make alternative travel arrangements!

Interested in joining Common Thread? We are accepting new members. Click here for more information.

A Common Thread Community Chorus video: “In One Word”


Oye, by Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto

Tzena, Tzena/Zeina, Zeina by Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto

Never Turning Back, by Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto featuring Pat Humphries

Torn Screen Door, by Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto featuring David Francey

La Morenada, by Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto