All-ages choir to host carol singalong in Saanich

Dec. 9 event at Cordova Bay United Church includes songs written for both adult and children voices

The Victoria Good News Choir presents Simple Gifts, An Old Fashioned Carol Singalong at the Cordova Bay United Church on Tuesday (Dec. 9) at 813 Claremont Ave.

The choir will have the members of Central Middle School Choir, directed by Marianne Ing and members of the Victoria Conservatory Vocal Jazz Ensemble, directed by Louise Rose.

The Christmas concert starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the door, or $15 in advance at Ivy’s Book Shop in Oak Bay and, Tanner’s Books in Sidney.

Choir director Louise Rose started the multigenerational All Ages Together in Song in 1998 and is now seeking new families to join the non-audition community choir, a place where all generations of a family can come and sing the same songs together.

Everyone is welcome. Songs are specifically written and arranged for adult and children’s voices to sing together.

Visit victoriagoodnewschoir.com for more information.

reporter@saanichnews.com

 

 

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