The first concert of the Amadeus Choir, led by Robert Palmai with accompanist Barbara Hodgins.
Helen Simeonov becomes the Choir Director.
Barbara Hodgins (far right) takes over as Choir Director
Lydia Adams begins her 35 year tenure as Choir Director
The debut of the annual Amadeus Carol Competition which would continue for 25 years
Eleanor Daley begins as accompanist for the choir, a position she held until 2005. The choir commissioned several choral works from Eleanor Daley, who is also an award-winning composer (1994) and now a member of the Order of Canada (2023).
Amadeus Choir releases their debut CD "Ring-a the News" and becomes the official choir-in-residence at the new North York Centre for the Performing Arts, a position the choir would hold until 2007
The Amadeus Choir wins "Best Choral Recording" from the Association of Canadian Choral Communities (now Choral Canada) for their Songs of the Spirit CD (2000) and performs Bach's Mass in B minor with Sir David Willcocks conducting.
The Amadeus Choir sings backup for Andrea Boccelli at the Air Canada Centre (in the dark!)
The choir performs "Music of the Spheres" - a concert with Dr. Roberta Bondar at the Ontario Science Centre on the eve of Earth Day. The concert went on to win the Outstanding Choral Innovation award from Choral Canada in 2014.
Kathleen Allan appointed Artistic Director
The Choir pivots to virtual rehearsals and performance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Choir returns to present a full season of in-person concerts post-pandemic, welcoming Joy Lee as collaborative accompanist
The Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto celebrates its 50th anniversary season