2023-2024 season: BE A PART OF

Interested in auditioning for the choir? We have closed auditions for the first term, but we do anticipate auditioning again in January 2024. If you are interested, simply fill out this form. If you have any questions, contact Janet Loo, conductor, at janet.loo@kings.uwo.ca or at 519-518-0250.

About Our Season


Saturday, December 2, 2023 at 3:00pm
The Chapel at Windermere on the Mount - 1486 Richmond Street

King’s University College Chamber Choir presents “Welcome, Yule!” -- a musical feast of festive and reflective songs of the Christmas season. Featuring Benjamin Britten's mystical masterpiece, "A Ceremony of Carols," with special guest harpist, Kathleen Gahagan. Admission by freewill donation, with proceeds to Health & Homelessness Movement For Change. Reserve your seats by clicking here.

spring concert

Saturday, April 6, 2024 at 7:30pm
The Chapel at Windermere on the Mount - 1486 Richmond Street

King's University College Chamber Choir, along with special guest musicians, will present a concert of Celtic and East Coast choral music -- from poignant ballads to rollicking toe-tappers. This will take place on Saturday, April 6 at 7:30 PM in The Chapel at Windermere on the Mount. Admission is by freewill donation, with proceeds going toward the Health & Homelessness Movement for Change. Reserve your seats by clicking here or call 519-518-0250 (indicate your full name, email address, and number of seats you would like reserved). 


About the King's University College Chamber Choir

Established in September 2010, the King's University College Chamber Choir consists of auditioned choral singers from the King's University College community and from the wider Western University and London communities. The choristers perform choral works in a variety of styles and genres throughout the ages. The desired outcome is for artistic and musical growth, and to foster a deeper appreciation of choral literature both for choristers and audience members. The choir is also dedicated to reaching out to the community by donating the proceeds of their performances to designated charitable organizations. They are proud to be the recipients of the 2022, 2021, and 2016 Forest City London Music Award for Best Choral Group (Classical). The choir rehearses on Thursday evenings during the academic year.

  • Sheri-Anne Asaro
  • Teresa Benincasa-Sweeting
  • Aidan Bobkowicz
  • Pat Brown
  • Roger Brown
  • Brandon Csendes**
  • Maia Cuya
  • Lilli DeJeu
  • Natasha DesRochers
  • Tim Firth*
  • Kathy Fraumeni
  • Beth Gauvin*
  • Eli Glen
  • Chaya Halberstam**
  • Christian Haworth
  • Ethan Howe
  • Kyle Ing**
  • Iris Janssen*
  • Jasmine John
  • Kylie John
  • Julie Lawlor-Salvati (accompanist)
  • Simone Lehouillier*
  • Kathryn Low
  • Charlotte MacDonald
  • Christian McConnell**
  • Ally Muchalov**
  • Christel Oguchi**
  • Donovan Panchaud
  • Aimee Paradis**
  • Alexandra Peesker*
  • Haven Raeburn-Gibson**
  • Sophia Robinson
  • Rachel Ross
  • Michael Martin Santolupo
  • Liam Sanio
  • Madeleine Schaafsma
  • Asher Smith**
  • Emily Stokman
  • Yijia Sun
  • Nadia Szulist**
  • Renfang Tian**
  • Caleigh Turnbull
  • Angelique van Dorst
  • Amanda Van Straten
  • Holly Wallace
  • Katy Waring
  • Carina Wolfert

* first term   ** second term 

About the Director


Janet Loo

Janet Loo is pleased to be the founding conductor and artistic director of the King’s University College Chamber Choir. She is an experienced choral conductor and vocal coach, having led choirs for well over two decades from Toronto to Taizé, France. Presently, she is an adjunct faculty member at the Don Wright Faculty of Music, and Director of Music Ministry at King’s University College.  In recent years, she worked as a choral conductor at St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica in London.

 A native of Toronto, she has performed as a mezzo-soprano soloist with UWOpera, Fanshawe Chorus London, Arcady, London Singers, the International Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra London/Pacific Opera Victoria, and Summer Opera Lyric Theatre.

Janet earned both her Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education and Master of Music degree in Performance and Literature from Western University. She is an appointed member of the National Council for Liturgical Music and Vice-President of the London Arts Council.