The Uxbridge Chamber Choir was formed in September, 1983 by Thomas Baker, director and Anne Mizen-Baker with our debut concert on January 28, 1984. Renowned for bringing exceptional choral music to Uxbridge, the Choir offers accomplished singers a venue to develop and express their musical talents. Over the years the choir has performed such works as the Requiems of Mozart, Faure & Duruflé, the Bach b-minor Mass, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, the Rachmaninoff Vespers and Orff’s Carmina Burana. The choir also presents the music of many Canadian composers such as John Beckwith, Elanor Dailey, Stephen Hatfield, Imant Raminsh, R. Murray Shafer, Healey Willan and our own Thomas Baker.