Sing Canada Harmony

Sing Canada Harmony is a registered charity established in 2008 to unite Canadian a cappella singers through service to youth and children in schools and communities. The Sing Canada Harmony Scholarship Fund Charitable Registration number is 854703014RR0001.

The Sing Canada Harmony Scholarship Fund exists in perpetuity as a permanent resource to support vocal music, particularly in schools and communities across Canada.

Who Will Sing Tomorrow?

Sing Canada Harmony was established to answer that question and assist adults and young people across Canada to embark on a lifetime of song. Canadians who have experienced the Barbershop Harmony Art Form and other types of a cappella harmony firmly believe in their responsibility to"Teach the Children to Sing".

Music UP Canada! Connor Ross invites ALL Canadians to participate in Music Monday



Music is important to millions of young people. Connor Ross invites you to join him on Music Monday this year to sing We Are One - tell the country just how much music means to us.

Connor’s challenge – What if we could get everyone who believes in music to come together on Music Monday this year? Pass it on to 10 friends and….

Let’s get this going Canada – All of Us!

A detailed summary is available in a two-sided trifold brochure that is on the Press Kit page.
As well, a brochure covering the "Keep A Melody Ringing" program can be downloaded for printing.

During last July and August, many groups organized summer camps for coaching of singing skills and performance skills - designed to help shape the lives of many young singers throughout North America,

Groups, like this one, are involved in vocal training in schools, in harmony explosion camps and vocal skills clinics throughout the continent. Here in Canada, clinics are scheduled with coaches from all parts of Canada. You can help in a number of ways - organize or host a clinic, donate to support scholarships for students or encourage young singers in your schools and community to participate.


Support training effotrts in young singers