The Saskatchewan Choral Federation is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the elevation and enhancement of choral music in Saskatchewan through education and awareness. Established in 1978, the SCF works to promote the art of choral music, encourage high standards of artistic attainment, maximize the number of singers and choirs in the province and grow and develop appreciative audiences. Significant funding for these activities is received from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation with the assistance of SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Arts Board.
Does Your Choir Need More Cash?
Look no further than Music For The Sole! Raise funds for your choir and have a great time doing it with this innovative fundraiser, happening in Regina (Sunday, June 1, 2014) and Saskatoon (Saturday, October 4, 2014). Find out more here.
Calling Young Saskatchewan Singers!
If you're a singer in grades 9 - 12, apply to sing with the first ever Saskatchewan Youth Choir! SYC is a balanced SATB choir with the best of the best from across Saskatchewan with the intention of developing singers to be ready to participate in premier local and national choirs.
Find out how to apply here.
Don't Miss the Bus!
Early Bird deadline for Song of the Open Road is May 15, 2014!
Take a guided tour of Saskatchewan's cultural gems June 18 - 22. Starting in south-west SK and working your way northward, you will rehearse and perform a short concert program with Dr. Victoria Meredith! Find out more information here.
April 8, 2014
The 2014 National Youth Choir is reaching out to the national choral community to help cover professional fees for the conductor, accompanist and composer, as well as music, travel and accommodation for its singers and staff. ...more
March 12, 2014
The ACCC Advocacy Committee is compiling a list of choirs who will be traveling over the course of the summer and fall of 2014 for a map of Canada's choral footprint to be displayed at Podium! ...more
March 11, 2014
The Association of Canadian Choral Communities (ACCC) has written to CBC protesting their reduction in
choral programming. You are invited to support this national advocacy effort by letting CBC
know that choral music is important to Canadians. ...more