To enrich children’s understanding and enjoyment of choral music by pursuing the highest standards of training and performance.



To contribute to the cultural life of Victoria, Vancouver Island and British Columbia through regular, high-calibre performances of choral music.



To enable choristers to enjoy themselves while acquiring confidence, self-esteem and discipline during the process of learning to sing, read music and perform.


To develop a challenging and distinctive multilingual repertoire, with an emphasis on Canadian music.


To develop a multicultural perspective in the choir through diverse choir membership.


To be a children’s choral resource to the community at large.


To form connections with similarly intentioned choirs around the world.


The Victoria Children’s Choir is one of the top choral and music organizations in Canada.


Under the leadership of an expert team, the Victoria Children’s Choir offers outstanding music education each year to more than 115 youth throughout Greater Victoria.

In an unique and supportive environment, our choristers are exposed to a multilayered music education that encompasses vocal technique, music theory and musicianship for a full immersion in the transformative world of choral music.


As a testament to its reputation and skill, the Choir is regularly invited to collaborate with renowned international and local musicians, including the Victoria Symphony, Pacific Opera Victoria, The Tenors, Fretwork, and the Pacific Baroque Festival. 

Contact Us

Email Executive Director, Carla Tadla: carla@victoriachildrenschoir.ca

Phone: 250-721-0856

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The Victoria Children's Choir is a Member of Choral Canada and the BC Choral Federation.

The West Coast Children's Choral Society operates the Victoria Children's Choir; a registered charitable organization. #86380 8440 RR0001

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