A new choir called “Agora Ibero-American Choir”, dedicated to performing music from Latin America, Caribbean and Spanish compositions, from the Spanish Renaissance to contemporary music is looking for singers.
The diverse choir is comprised of Spanish and non-Spanish speakers and works to integrate the Ibero-American culture via choral singing into Canadian society.
The rehearsals will start in January in the Faculty of Music at the UofT.
For more information or to audition, contact Valeska Cabrera at firstname.lastname@example.org
Locations and schedule
Auditions: 2 Bloor St W #1801, Toronto, ON M4W 3E2. Chilean Consulate (arrange an
audition time by email)
Rehearsals: 80 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C5. Faculty of Music University of
Toronto. Sundays from 2:30-4:30pm.
Valeska Cabrera is a choral conductor who holds a doctorate degree in musicology. She is
from Chile where she conducted the Alonso de Ercilla School Choir and founded the
Camerata Vocal de Melipilla (2006). In Spain, Cabrera conducted several choral ensembles
including the San Jose de Calasanz School Choir, Melos, and A Tempo! From 2011 to 2014,
she collaborated as an assistant conductor with the University of Salamanca Choir. Thanks
to a full scholarship from the Chilean government, Cabrera is currently enrolled in the
master’s program in choral conducting at the University of Toronto, where she performs as
assistant conductor of the Women’s Chamber Choir.