Cantiamo singing songs of love, longing and remembrance

Cantiamo takes the stage for their fall presentation with songs of love, longing and remembrances of times gone by.

Cantiamo takes the stage for their fall presentation with songs of love, longing and remembrances of  times gone by.

This youth and young adult choir has gained a reputation for singing beautifully blended harmonies while performing a diverse selection of sacred and secular music.

Under the joint direction of Jen Riley and newcomer Denise Marquette, you will hear such favourites as Danny Boy, O My Love’s Like a Red, Red Rose and Sanctus, among other stunning works for your enjoyment.

Come for an evening of remembrance on Nov. 7 at  Living Word  Reformed  Episcopal Church at 4778 Island Highway North (by the cemetery).

The concert starts at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30. Admission is by donation.

— Cantiamo

 

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