Choirs join for special show

A concert of Unfolding Delights is on the menu as the adult Concenti choir and her award winning youth choirs join forces for a show

A concert of Unfolding Delights is on the menu as Sheila Johnson’s adult Concenti choir and her award winning youth choirs join forces for a show on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. at Chemainus United Church.

This is one of the Chemainus Classical Concert series but it’s in a different venue this time.

Under the precise hand of their director, these well-trained voices will present their songs like a string of perfectly cut gems, sparkling with the different facets of this most contemplative and joyful time of year.

After the concert the choirs and audience will walk to St. Michael’s Church hall, to enjoy a special reception. During the walk, the choirs will lead the walkers in carol singing.

Tickets are $17 in advance or $20 at the door. Music lovers under 18 can get in for $5. If you’d like to book in advance, check out chemainusclassicalconcerts.ca for a list of places to get your tickets or phone 250-748-8383.

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