Youth choirs unite for spring

Experience 150 voices together as youth choirs collide for Awaken Spring!

Experience 150 voices together as youth choirs collide for Awaken Spring!

Chamber choir Vox Humana presents a collaboration with the University of Victoria Chamber Singers, the Victoria Conservatory of Music Chorale, Brentwood College Concert Choir, Pacific Christian School choirs and members of Ensemble Laude, Feb. 25 at Alix Goolden Hall, 907 Pandora Ave.

The evening will include Eric Whitacre’s Three Songs of Faith and the premiere performance of a new work by Aaron Jensen.

Tickets are $15 for adults over 25, $10 for seniors and free for people 25 and under. Find tickets online at, in person at Long & McQuade, 756 Hillside Ave. and Ivy’s Bookshop, 2188 Oak Bay Ave., by phone at 250-483-4010 or by email at



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