Jazz choir presents water-themed music

Just in Time Vocal Jazz performs Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sid Williams Theatre.

The Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs present Wave, a collection of water-themed music that meanders through all musical genres.  The Unplugged Group is an exciting ensemble of 60 singers, the Jazzy Jems are a sophisticated set of 12 wonderful women and Vocal Minority, a poignant posse of 13 gifted guys and dolls.

Under the direction of their passionate leader, Wendy Nixon Stothert, and accompanied by the marvellous Sean Mooney, Grahame Edwards, and Jacob Gregory, these choirs will lift your heart and soul.

You will hear jazz standards such as Bobby Darin’s Beyond the Sea and How Deep is the Ocean, folk tunes like Down in the River to Pray and Away From the Roll of the Sea, pop hits such as Ray Charles’ Hit the Road Jack, the Eurythmics’ Here Comes the Rain Again, and Adele’s Rolling in the Deep, and the Latin bossa novas Wave and Agua de Beber.

Just in Time Vocal Jazz performs Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sid Williams Theatre. For details, visit www.sidwilliamstheatre.com or phone 250-338-2430.

— Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs

 

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