Courtenay’s newest choral addition singing Saturday

Rainy Valley Voices is a new small vocal ensemble directed by the local and talented Shelley Brown.

The Rainy Valley Voices, Courtenay’s newest choral addition, together with Campbell River Children’s Choir, invite you to begin your holiday season with the sound of singing this Saturday.

This season the choir will perform melodic and timeless seasonal classics for their debut performance hosted by the Campbell River Children’s Choir.

Rainy Valley Voices is a new small vocal ensemble directed by the local and talented Shelley Brown. The choir includes young professional men and women, and performs a capella.

To see the Rainy Valley Voices free of charge, join the fun at the Tin Town Artists Christmas Sale and Open House on Dec. 7 between 2 and 3 p.m. where the choir will be a wandering singing Christmas carols.

Alternatively, see Rainy Valley Voices at Dance in the Rain, a gala concert which will feature two youth choirs and special guests from Campbell River, DanceXtreme.

Tickets for this Campbell River event are available at The Music Plant in Campbell River. For more information, contact Sophie at 250-792-3173.

— Rainy Valley Voices

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