Choir remembers fallen with song

In Remembrance coincides with Nov. 11 ceremonies in Sidney

Peace and recognition will be the themes for the Via Choralis Chamber Choir on Friday (Nov. 11). The choir will present In Remembrance, under the direction of conductor Nicholas Fairbank. Music and readings will focus on themes of remembrance of those who sacrificed their lives in war and peacekeeping.

The concert will feature guest trumpet soloist Kate Clarke and reader Karen Lee Pickett. In Remembrance starts at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 11 at St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church, 10030 Third St. Tickets are $15 ($10 for students); available at Tanner’s Books in Sidney and at the door.

Visit www.viachoralis.ca for information.

 

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