The Just In Time choirs take to the stage at the Sid Williams Theatre Saturday.

Just in Time riding Momentum all the way to the Sid

Hear songs from John Lennon, David Bowie and Cat Stevens

Delight in a diverse, multi-genre selection of songs that will fill your heart with hope and joy.

The three Just in Time choirs would like to share with you their spring concert, Momentum – Contemporary songs that inspire connection and change.

This uplifting concert will take place at the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay, on Saturday, April 23, at 7:30 pm.

Director Wendy Nixon Stothert has compiled a set list that includes folky pop tunes like Ingrid Michaelson’s Blood Brothers, classics like John Lennon’s Imagine, swing standards such as I’ve Got the World on a String, and other stirring favourites like Cat Stevens’s  Peace Train, Queen and David Bowie’s Under Pressure, Waiting on the World to Change (John Mayer), and the marvellous and moving Baba Yetu (Swahili Lord’s Prayer, from Civilization V).

Joining the choirs for this concert will be the fabulous Britt Bowman on bass, the smiling Oscar Robles Diaz on drums, and the talented Jeff Drummond on guitar. Sean Mooney will take his usual place at the piano, and wow us all as he does every time!

Tickets ($20) are available by phone at 250-338-2430, and online at www.sidwilliamstheatre.com

 

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