Comox Valley Children’s Choir and Sweet SantaFe serenade on Mother’s Day

If you are looking for something special for the whole family on Mother’s Day this year, treat your ears to the joyful sounds of a world music concert with Sweet SantaFe and the Comox Valley Children’s Choir.

Performing together at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 13, at the Comox Pentecostal Church; this concert is sure to delight. Concert entry is by donation with an opportunity to bid on a variety of fabulous gift baskets on silent auction before the show – a fundraiser directly benefitting the choral program for children.

Along with their world music repertoire, the choir will debut and film an original composition of Sweet SantaFe in conjunction with Works of HeART, a social media outlet for sharing creations that challenge racism & bullying and promote kindness and inclusion.

Sweet SantaFe, local Cuban and Canadian duo, will perform a set of original music, and join the children’s choir on stage for combined pieces.

The choir is actively accepting new singers for the 2018-2019 season.

For more information contact Sophie 250-792-3173.

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