Youth choir sings in December show

Sooke's youth bring joyful sound to community hall

The “Let it Snow!” Show

 

Snowfall and singing  are both so much fun, just put them together and we’ll invite everyone!  The Sooke Youth Show Choir calls all  to  the Community Hall. This weekend (December 6 and 7) the Christmas Market gathers the best gifts for giving – and, there’s a chance to get tickets to the choir’s winter show on Sunday, December 14 at 2pm.

Whether five years old or 16, our singers will  perform show tunes on December 14th starting the season with enthusiasm.  Show songs  from Frozen, movie melodies and Happy classics bring good cheer and shared fun.

“Don’t be a grump. Be a good Grinch!” says Claire Strong while her sister, Carina, adds, “Come and join along.”

In the new year, the choir invites all community members to carry on the magic and audition for our June show, Wizard of Oz: January  14. Please check the Sooke Youth Show Choir facebook page for location.

We hope to see you soon!

Tickets to “Let it Snow” are available from choir members, Shopper’s Drug Mart and at the Sooke Christmas Market, this weekend, December 6 and 7. Choir members are volunteering to wrap gifts and check coats for a small donation at the market.

For further information please contact Sarah Wilson at sookeyouthshowchoir@gmail.com.

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