Kolibro is a welcoming and inclusive introductory music program for singers in Kindergarten and Grade 1. The ensemble focuses on developing a healthy vocal tone, understanding and feeling beat and rhythm, basic music literacy, and engaging with music with freedom and joy. The format of the rehearsal includes rhythmic puzzles, listening activities, creativity exercises and singing games.

Rehearsals are held weekly and there are opportunities to share progress and performance skills with families (twice per season) and in a public performance at the end of the season.
No vocal assessment required. Please fill out the Come Sing With Us form linked below and indicate your interest in Kolibro.

Kolibro Eta (4-5 years):
Mondays 6:15PM-7:00PM or
Saturdays 10:00AM-10:45AM

Kolibro Juna (5-6 years):
Wednesday 6:15PM-7:15PM or
Saturdays 11:00AM-12:00PM

Kolibro Kantisto (6-7 years):
Tuesdays 6:15PM-7:30PM

Hillfield Strathallan College
299 Fennell Ave W, Hamilton, ON L9C 1G3

Artistic Staff
Leslie Kent, conductor
Brie-Anne Meyer, collaborative accompanist

Kolibro Eta: $54.38/month
Kolibro Juna: $61.88/month
Kolibro Kantisto: $68.75/month
Fees are pro-rated and paid over 8 months. For more information, please view our Fee Schedule.

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  • Ashley Carpenter, Alumna
    I feel so honoured to be a chorister with the HCC. It has opened up my learning capabilities and allowed me to express myself artistically in an amazing environment.
    Ashley Carpenter, Alumna
  • Sarah Davis, Alumna
    I credit being part of the choir assisting me in my career path, giving me confidence in front of groups of people and giving me the ability to be successful and grow quickly in my roles.
    Sarah Davis, Alumna
  • Alyssa LeClair, Alumna
    What the HCC does best is give people who are feeling like they don’t belong a place to express themselves, and as a young artist… that’s truly invaluable.
    Alyssa LeClair, Alumna
  • Nathan Fledderus, Chorister
    Through the HCC, I’ve made so many strong friendships and advanced musically to a level I never thought I could. The HCC is a safe learning environment in which choristers and director learn more than just music, which is brought together by a common goal.
    Nathan Fledderus, Chorister
  • Ardra Shephard, Alumna
    The ways in which my years as part of the HCC have affected my life and who I am today are too manifold to count. HCC was the most influential experience of my teenage years and I am incredibly grateful for it.
    Ardra Shephard, Alumna
  • Erica Charles, Alumna
    There’s a perfect balance of discipline, work ethic, fun, and creativity that’s encouraged within this group. You learn how to pull together as a team: both musically and intellectually. You succeed alongside one another. You encourage each other’s highs and are there for one another for the lows. You literally learn how to breathe together: what could be more magical than that?
    Erica Charles, Alumna
  • Sophia Brohman, Chorister
    When I joined the HCC, suddenly there was a whole room of people who felt the exact same way I did when I was singing.
    Sophia Brohman, Chorister