Celebration Singers to light up the season at St. George’s

Monday, Dec. 21 at 7:30 p.m.

Why not spend a few minutes away from the frantic demands of the holiday season?

Sit back, relax and be charmed by the sounds of the Celebration Singers.   The choir will perform on Monday, Dec. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at St. George’s United Church in Courtenay.

Creative genius Jenn Forsland directs the 80-plus voices of the Celebration Singers. She carefully crafts beautiful harmonies with attention to the smallest detail and does so with humour and care.

As usual she has chosen a varied selection of contemporary and classic pieces to sooth and excite the audience.  The program will feature arrangements by Brian Tate, Willi Zwordesky and Joel Raney, and take us on a musical ride from India to Cuba to the frozen tundra of the far north. Pianist Sean Mooney will accompany the choir with his usual grace and magic.

Let the big sound and big heart of the Celebration Singers help you sink into the spirit of kindness, hospitality and generosity of the season.

Tickets are available at Benjamin Moore Paints in Courtenay and Blue Heron Books in Comox. Adults $15; children $12.

 

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