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The Seraphim Men’s Chorus was born of the long musical tradition of St. Michael’s Choir School. Classically trained from the age of 8, the Seraphs served as the St. Michael’s Cathedral choir in Toronto, Canada through their high school tenure. They each went on to pursue their own careers and passions, but were drawn back together in 2011 to form the Seraphim and recapture their love of brotherhood and music.

The Cherubim came together in 2014 as a sister choir to the Seraphim. They began as a small group of friends and family, coming from diverse backgrounds. The Cherubs, as they are affectionately known, have quickly grown together and established their own unique sound.  

Seraphim and Cherubim choirs each have their own distinctive voice and stand independently as inspiring choirs with remarkable talent and range. When they come together they create magic with their voices, blending two strong sounds into one incredible choral experience. The Seraphim and Cherubim bi-annual concert series range from classical polyphony and Gregorian chant to jazz standards, Broadway and modern pop hits. 

 

 

 

 

 

Photographer: Kevin Merrell Valor

Musician: The Seraphim Men's Chorus & Cherubim Women's Chorus

Festival: The Distillery Christmas Market, Toronto, Canada, December 2014