Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble perform in Comox, Courtenay

Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble invites you to join them this weekend for their first two full-length concerts of the season.

Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble invites you to join them this weekend for their first two full-length concerts of the season.

Full of energy and inspiration from their workshops and concerts with renowned Edmonton youth choir Kokopelli this past weekend, Cantiamo is presenting Songs of Light and Love, a diverse program featuring a range of contemporary composers including Healey Willan, Eric Whitacre and Moses Hogan.

The first concert is Nov. 23 at 8 p.m. at the Little Red Church (formerly St. John the Baptist) at 2182 Comox Ave., across from St. Joseph’s Hospital.

This performance will include desserts for purchase and complementary tea and coffee.

An encore performance will be held at St. George’s United Church in Courtenay at 7 p.m. on Nov. 25.

Tickets are available at Videos N More in Comox, by calling 250-650 4435, or by contacting cantiamochamberensemble@gmail.com.

— Cantiamo Chamber Ensemble

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