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The Baker Street Victorian Carollers is a group of strolling carollers bedecked in Victorian era garb. They blend their harmonies to bring back the memories of Christmas long ago. The name is derived from the address of one Sherlock Holmes - 221B Baker Street, London, UK (for those of you not into Victorian trivia).
We provide seasonal entertainment at all sorts of events, local Business Improvement Areas, corporate events, private parties and weddings and have made many visits to seniors residences. The group has been featured on Rogers Television in Toronto, Cable 14 in Hamilton with their own Christmas program specials. They have also been seen on Murdoch Mysteries, CTV, Rogers, Global, CBC in news and event coverage and in Post Toronto magazine
We look forward to blending our voices for your Christmas events.

Our Talented Carolers

Richard Crossman

Artistic Director and Conductor has over 50 years of performing under his belt and has more than 40 years as a church organist and choir director so he KNOWS Christmas.  He has performed in professional opera, musical theatre, stage drama, interactive theatre, historical presentations and murder mysteries as well as producing a large number of concerts.  Richard is also a professional costumer and designs and oversees the creation of virtually all of the costumes worn by the Carollers


Several of our singers have degrees in vocal music, many have years of experience singing in choirs, some are music directors in their own right.  In total our roster  boasts over 450 years of performance experience.

Current Caroling Troupe

Joseph Arevalo

Christopher Bee

Richard Crossman

Lynda Garner

Jason Hales

Cecile Jenny

Esther Jenny

Amber Kakiishiway

Christine McLeod

Maureen O'Neil

Katherine Penneycad

Guyanne Rennie

Neil Rennie

Concetta Roche

Grace Watson

Harvey Watson

Jillian Watson 
Ken Watson 


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