The Toronto Cantata Chorus is currently in its twelfth season. It is an auditioned community choir of approximately thirty members based out of Toronto, Ontario. Collectively they represent a broad range of interests, abilities, ages and cultures. Their music spans almost every genre and taste, from classical to gospel to Broadway medleys. 

Since its inception, a huge part of the choir's mission has been to give back to the community by offering benefit concerts for a variety of organizations. In addition to working locally, they have enjoyed bringing their love of singing on the road – including tours to the Philippines, and most recently to Newfoundland in the summer of 2011.

Musical Director Maestro Tak Ng Lai is an internationally celebrated conductor. In addition to his work with the choir, he is the Director of the Canadian Sinfonietta, a chamber orchestra also based out of Toronto, Ontario.

Choir President and Soprano Soloist Ms. Aileen Lee enjoys a busy schedule of family, choir and church ministry. As one of its founders, she is deeply committed to the success of the choir. She is highly sought after for her pure, rich vocals and for her willingness to give back to the community.

Assistant Conductor and Resident Composer Mr. Jason Locke has been with the choir for six years. His significant musical talent has broadened the choir's repertoire and allowed them to bring many powerful and moving new compositions to the community in recent years. He has a Master's Degree in Sacred Music from Emmanuel College, University of Toronto.

Alto Soloist Ms. Michelle Man has had a passion for singing since the age of six. She sang with her church choir and the Hong Kong Yip’s Children’s Choir when she was growing up in Hong Kong. After her family immigrated to Canada she continued to conduct and sing in church choirs and has been a valued member of the Toronto Cantata Chorus since it was first established.