Male Chorus

The Waterloo Regional Police Male Chorus was formed in November 1973, and over the years has earned a reputation for quality performances and top notch entertainment.

The 50-member chorus is a non-profit organization sponsored by the Waterloo Regional Police Services Board as a community relations vehicle for the Police Service. Its mandate is to serve the Region of Waterloo; performing at a wide variety of community events including fundraisers, benefit concerts and ceremonial functions.

The Chorus is in demand beyond the borders of Waterloo Region and has accepted invitations to sing throughout Canada, the United States and Europe. Having performed at over 1,030 concerts and events, the Chorus has proudly raised $1.25 million since its inception. They received the prestigious Golden Hammer Award from Habitat for Humanity in the United States for helping to raise enough money to build one entire Habitat residence.  The Chorus has also received letters of commendation from Queen Elizabeth and President Ronald Reagan for concerts and fundraising in their countries.

You can also find the Chorus performing regularly throughout Ontario, and annually on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for the National Police Memorial Service and at the Ontario Police Memorial Dedication at Queens Park in Toronto each year under the leadship of Music Director Natalie Robinson, and accompaniment of Sheila Wallace.

Membership in the Chorus is open to men in the community who are citizens in good standing. The Chorus welcomes all men, who are willing to dedicate themselves to achieving the standards for which the Chorus is known, to consider joining our fun and fundraising mission with us!

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