Get in the mood for A Cappella Plus concert

Who needs instruments when the voices sound this good?

The A Cappella Plus Chamber Choir is performing their Spring concert in Parksville this weekend.

The A Cappella Plus Chamber Choir is performing their Spring concert in Parksville this weekend.

A Cappella Plus Chamber Choir is getting prepared to perform their Spring Program this weekend In The Mood For Pops, celebrating some of the popular music of the 1920s, ‘40s, ‘60s and ‘80s.

The choir is directed by well known chorister Rosemary Lindsay, solo performer and voice teacher. Joining the choir will be guest artists the Sinclair Singers and accompanist Josie Martens.

The concert begins with some ‘20s favorites like Tea for Two, I Want to Be Happy and Charleston. Forties music includes We’ll Meet Again, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square and big band songs like Duke Ellington Band’s Take the A Train.

Tap your toes to popular sixties songs Aquarius and Let the Sunshine In and in the ‘80s enjoy songs like Time after Time and Don’t Worry Be Happy, among others.

Join the choir for some refreshments following the concert.

The performance takes place May 29 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Anne and St. Edmunds Anglican church in Parksville. Another concert in Nanaimo happens May 28 at 7:30 at Brechin United Church.

Tickets are $15, $10 for students available at  Mulberry Bush Bookstores in Qualicum Beach and Parksville and at the door.

For more information visit or call 250-754-1094.

Ticket giveaway

Be the first one to e-mail with “I’m in the Mood for Pops” in the subject line and win two tickets to the May 29 concert in Parksville. 

Include your name and phone number in the e-mail. Good Luck!


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