Sooke Community Choir to perform April 26.

Sooke Community Choir to sing about marine heritage

Sooke choir presents concert with a maritime flavour

Community choir to sing songs arranged by conductor

The Sooke Community Choir has been happily (and diligently) practicing a wonderful repertoire of songs that focus on our marine Canadian heritage, and in particular, our love of the sea.

The choir has been inspired to even greater heights by performing three arrangements  by our talented conductor, Bruce Ruddell. Reflecting our love of our east, west and northern shores, our concert is aptly named SEA TO SEA.

We welcome everyone to an evening of song on Saturday, April 26 at 7 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Church, at 1962 on Murray Road. It’s the little church on the road that goes down to the Boardwalk.

We hope you’ll socialize with us after the performance and enjoy coffee or tea, and some of the baked goods provided by Sooke Artisan Bakery. Everyone is welcome and we are hoping for a full house. Mark your calendars so you don’t miss out on this uplifting community event.

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