"A very special thank you to the Tone Cluster - quite a queer choir for your most generous donation to my Go Fund Me. It warms me to see that I have support here in the city from fellow musicians. I am very grateful!" - Drake Jensen

Radio Cluster

Tune into Tone Cluster’s "radio channel" - one night only! - for a selection of pop and eclectic pieces, also showcased at the quadrennial Canadian LGBTQ Choral Festival Unison in Calgary over the Victoria Day weekend 2018.

Special guest for the evening is Drake Jensen.

We welcome a surprise special guest and musicians as we showcase our pipes. Please join us afterwards for a reception and let us feed you!

We will also be running a small fundraiser during the event, to be announced, to help with our efforts of getting the choir to Calgary for Unison in May.

Tickets for the event are available online or at the door, as well as from members of the choir. They are $18 in advance ($10 for students with ID) or $20 at the door. Children under 12 accompanied by an adult are free.

We are excited to see you again, beloved audience!

About Tone Cluster

When Tone Cluster began in 1994 as a gay madrigal group with a temporary name, no one was thinking about what the future might hold for the choir. Over 20 years later, Tone Cluster is a vibrant musical ensemble that contributes both musically to the Ottawa arts scene and socially as part of Ottawa’s LGBTQ community.

Tone Cluster donates its time to helping the groups that support Ottawa’s gay community: the choir has sung at events hosted by Pink Triangle Services and Egale and for organizations concerned with HIV/AIDS. The choir has marched as a group in support of Bruce House and of equal marriage in Canada.

Tone Cluster’s concerts continue to attract a wide audience that enjoys the group’s eclectic repertoire: everything from madrigals to Manhattan Transfer arrangements. The choir takes pride in showcasing talented performers from Ottawa-Gatineau at its concerts and in commissioning new works by Canadian composers.

The choir has grown over the years into a group of LGBTQ singers and their allies who come to rehearsal each Monday night to celebrate diversity, enjoy each other’s company, and make some great music.