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Voices come together in Qualicum Beach

A concert this weekend will feature three choirs singing a variety of music followed by a combined performance of 145 voices, accompanied by a string orchestra.

It’s the Village Voices The Road Home concert, who will be joined by The Island Voices Chamber Choir from Campbell River and The Barkely Sounds Choir of Port Alberni.

The Village Voices is a community choir based in Qualicum Beach with 60 voices, which plays two concerts a year. The director is Rosemary Lindsay, a vocal instructor at Vancouver Island University.

The combined performance will include Siyahamba, a traditional Zulu song, You Raise Me Up, a Josh Groban favorite, and Time to Say Goodbye-Con Te Partiro, recorded by Andrea Bocelli.

The concert takes place this Saturday, April 16 at 2:30 p.m. at the Christian Fellowship Centre at 825 Village Way in Qualicum Beach. 

The suggested donation is $10 at the door. 

 

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