Three choirs under one roof

The Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs will deliver cool tunes that sizzle as they present Fire and Ice Dec. 3 at the Sid Williams Theatre.

WENDY NIXON STOTHERT rehearses the Unplugged choir for a Dec. 3 performance at the Sid Williams Theatre.

The Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs will deliver cool tunes that sizzle as they present Fire and Ice Dec. 3 at the Sid Williams Theatre.

The three dynamic choirs, Unplugged with 60 enthusiastic singers, the Jazzy Jems with a dozen sparkling female voices, and Vocal Minority, a 14-member elite ensemble, are under the direction of Wendy Nixon Stothert.

These vocalists consistently sing with heart and soul, lifting listeners up to soaring heights and bringing them right into the centre of successional magical moments.

The setlist includes a wide variety of songs from spirituals to swing to pop, including hits from 1952’s Glow Worm to Owl City’s recent Fireflies.

Watch the Snowfall out the window, ‘cause “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.  Warm up with a bowl of Chili Con Carne, finish with Ice Cream and chestnuts roasting on a Quiet Fire.  Allow the music of Spain to take you away as you fend off the Fever of Burnin’ Love and chill to the cool sounds of Sean Mooney on keys, Jacob Gregory on drums, and Tim Croft on bass.

As a unique treat, Just in Time is thrilled to be collaborating for a number with special guest Lindsay Sterk, the well-loved tap dancer extraordinaire.

Tickets are $15 and available by calling the Sid at 250-338-2430 or online at www.sidwilliamstheatre.com.

For more information, visit www.justintimevocaljazz.ca

— Just in Time Vocal Jazz Choirs

 

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