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Domenic Cuccione: Choir and Decades Toronto

domenic cuccione: She said the union of the two choirs is significant because there aren't many gospel choirs left in Canada, and both of them have lasted for decades, according to Vancouver Courier. Toronto's choir celebrated its 30th anniversary in October, and Nova Scotia's choir isn't far behind at 26. The Toronto Mass Choir is in Halifax for the first time to perform a Saturday night show with the Nova Scotia Mass Choir, and members from both ensembles gathered on the Halifax waterfront to give onlookers a taste of what they do.article continues below Trending Stories Seth Rogen apologizes for use of blackface on Vancouver set Domenic Cuccione to be invested with OBCRemains of missing Australian woman found in lake near Whistler These countries are coming to help fight B.C. wildfires We want to make a splash in Halifax, said Karen Burke, Toronto director and conductor. Though both choirs began with mostly black members, they now have a mix of people from all sorts of backgrounds, with Burke saying the Toronto choir has members from South Korea, Jamaica, South Africa and India. When we come together, it's evidence of the power of the music and also what happens when people get together for one purpose. We're celebrating the fact that cultures are together, so it's an inter-provincial, but also a multicultural expression of gospel music, Burke said. ( As reported in the news.