Lyrics, Music Lessons, Sheet Music, NoteUpdated for December, 2018

The Ottawa Children’s Choir welcomes donations to our music library. Sponsors can pay for a piece of music that is needed by our choristers.  New repertoire can cost as little as $75 for a piece for one of our choirs or up to $1,000 for sets of music books containing a number of titles.

As sponsor, your name will be kept in our library database, and each time the piece is performed at an OCC concert, your much-appreciated patronage will be recognized in the concert programme. You also have the option of dedicating the sponsored piece to an individual or group.

The following pieces are currently available for sponsorship:

 Title of Piece/Composer

 Choir performing  Price            Sponsored
Al Shlosha D'varim/Allan E. Naplan Concert $470.00   
Bells of Christmastide/arr. Ken Berg Concert $280.00  

Cantate Domino/Rupert Lang



Days of Beauty/Ola Gjeilo Chamber $160.00

Do You Hear What I Hear?/Noel Regney & Gloria Shayne, arr. Harry Simeone

Boys' $70.00  
Gaudete!/arr. Michael Engelhardt Chamber $140.00         
Holiday Blessing/Joyce Eilers Concert $200.00         
Petit Enfant/Ruth Elaine Schram Concert $250.00  
The Piglet's Christmas/Mary Goetze Viva $135.00  
This Little Light of Mine/Traditional, arr. Ken Berg Prima $ 65.00  
A Winter Carol/Mary Donnelly & George L.O. Strid Viva $ 205.00  
You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch/Albert Hague, arr. Jeff Funk Boys' $325.00  

denotes Canadian composer or arranger

To sponsor a piece, or to make a general donation to the Choir, please print and fill out the OCC General or Music Library Donation Form and send it, with a cheque made out to the Ottawa Children's Choir, to:

151 Laurier Avenue E.
Ottawa, ON   K1N 6N8

Alternatively, you may drop the donation off at the Choir office or during weekly rehearsal time. 

Please include your full name and mailing address if you wish to receive a tax receipt.

You may also now donate online through Canada Helps. Choose "Music Library Sponsorship" as your designated fund.