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  •  Experience the Joy of singing 4-part a cappella  harmony…
  •  In the company of your newest friends…
  •  While supporting our communities through various events

So, start your journey with us and learn about Barbershop Harmony. At any time, you can contact us and provide comments, get answers or even arrange a ride to our next rehearsal.

Hope to see you soon!

Mission Statement:

We are a men’s a cappella chorus totally dedicated to pursuing excellence in entertaining our audiences.

Vision Statement:

To constantly strive to exceed our audiences’ expectations of music and entertainment.

Our Motto:

Experience the Joy!

We are an a cappella men’s chorus, based in Sharon, serving York Region and surrounding communities.

Guests are always welcome at our weekly meetings on Wednesdays from 7:00 to 9:30 pm at 18648 Leslie St. in Sharon in the Sharon-Hope United Church. See the Contact Us page and phone or email us for your personal invitation to experience the Chorus.

OUR DIRECTOR & MANAGEMENT TEAM

Dan Lenz

Dan Lenz

Our Director

Dan has been the front-line director of the Upper Canada Chordsmen Chorus since 2013, co-conductor of the York Regional Police Male Chorus since 2009, and Music Director of the Georgian Bay Concert Choir since 2014. Dan holds music degrees and diplomas from Wilfrid Laurier University and Western University.

Dave Jackson

Dave Jackson

President

Mark Robinson

Mark Robinson

Co-ordinator - Music

Katie James

Katie James

Secretary

Gary Miner

Gary Miner

Treasurer

René Frappier

René Frappier

Co-ordinator - Chorus Manager

Ross Graham

Ross Graham

Co-ordinator - Marketing & Membership

Bob Batstone

Bob Batstone

Member-at-Large

Community Involvement and Service

 

The Upper Canada Chordsmen opened Canadiana Song Night for the kick-off of the Newmarket Folk Society’s 2016-17 season.

The Chordsmen were pleased to perform at the Newmarket Citizens’ Band Spring Fling concert at Trinity United Church in Newmarket on June 5th.

On April 1st, the Chordsmen opened a benefit concert for a Syrian refugee family that was held by the Newmarket Folk Society at the Royal Canadian Legion.