Project Description

Chris McKhool

Earth, Seas and Air – Performance

Green Toronto Award of Excellence winner and EcoSchools champion Chris McKhool gets kids clapping and singing while raising awareness about the importance of conservation. Featuring songs from his appearances on Mr. Dressup and YTV’s Treehouse, Chris takes his audience beyond the 3 Rs of environmentalism to a new level of understanding of our global ecological connection to forests, air, water and animals. Everyone leaves feeling that they can really make a difference. 100% fun!

Celebrate! Holidays of the Global Village – Performance

Celebrate the diverse multicultural mosaic of Canada through music! Songs about Bodhi Day, Chanukah, Chinese New Year, Christmas, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr, Kwanzaa, Ramadan and Winter Solstice provide a vibrant window into many cultures from around the world.

Booking Inquiry

Curriculum Connections

  • Celebrating diversity through music (focus on folk instruments)
  • Respect for the environment and diverse ecosystems

Booking Details

School Fee: $495.00 + HST
Audience Size: 300
Grades: K-6
Language: English
Availability: Year-Round

About Chris McKhool

JUNO Nominee and Canadian Folk Music Award Winner Chris McKhool is hailed as “Canada’s greatest eco-troubadour for young people,” delighting audiences with infectious songs for over two decades, reaching over one million children! His passion for exploring rhythms and melodies has led him to the far corners of the world, collecting instruments and styles everywhere he goes. Chris also leads JUNO nominated band Sultans of String. All of Chris’ shows feature original songs from his appearances on Mr. Dressup, YTV’s Treehouse, TVOntario and CBC.

“Many have tried but none have come as close to capturing what it means to truly celebrate multiculturalism as Chris McKhool. The Toronto singer-songwriter epitomizes what many Canadians have come to love about this country.”

Deanne Fisher, City Parent

“He was entertaining, engaging and the music was great.  I loved the instruments he used from around the world.  I received a lot of positive feedback from the teachers and the students who really enjoyed his performance.”

Jeannie Ueno, Principal

“A children’s superstar… cool music and kid savvy with the heart of a keen environmentalist… a man with a mission and the means to make it happen!’’

Brent Bambury, CBC