Burdett back with Winter Solstice show

Winter Solstice Music is back for a fifth year as Cari Burdett and friends celebrate the turning of the year in style.

Winter Solstice Music is back for a fifth year as Cari Burdett and friends celebrate the turning of the year in style.

Sara Marreiros, Anne Schaefer, Richard Moody, Miles Black and Marisa Jackson are joining forces for four shows across southern Vancouver Island this year.

The Cowichan Valley show is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 18 at the Christian Reformed Church.

The performance includes a variety of songs of peace and joy, fusing world music, jazz, pop, folk and carols into a celebration of solstice.

Showtime in Duncan is 7 p.m. and tickets to this family-friendly show are available in advance from Ten Old Books or www.eventbright.ca

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