The Sooke Community Choir.

A Joyful Noise for the holiday season

The Sooke Community Choir welcomes public to sing along

Celebrate a musical Christmas with the Sooke Community Choir!

This year the Sooke Community Choir is presenting its annual Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 17, at 2 p.m., in the Holy Trinity Church.

The choir is composed of almost  40 members from the community, and is directed by Sarah Wilson and accompanied by Kathy Russell.  We are excited to present a variety of seasonal music drawn from different cultures. In addition to the colourful program and the Christmas Carol Sing-a-Long with our audience, there will be a children’s story and two very special readings. We are also pleased to welcome The Pothole Recorders as our musical guests:  they will perform a brief program that includes some beautiful European Christmas music.

At intermission refreshments will be available, with a chance for us all to mingle and share the social pleasures that are particularly welcome during the Christmas season.

We hope that there will be something for everyone in our 2011 musical program. Please join us for an enjoyable Christmas experience and rediscover the pleasure that Christmas Carols can bring as we celebrate the holiday season!

Holy Trinity Church is located at 1962 Murray Road in Sooke.  Tickets are $12 per person, and youngsters under 16 are free. We hope to see you there.

 

Merry Christmas!

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