Choirs unite as Winter Voice

Four local choirs will unite to hold a Winter Voice concert Friday evening in Red Deer.

Four local choirs will unite to hold a Winter Voice concert Friday evening in Red Deer.

The Choral Singers Unite Society is presenting its annual Winter Voice concert, featuring Soliloquy, the ihana youth choir, Brioso children’s choir and It’s Time a cappella vocal ensemble.

The concert of seasonal and diverse music from various eras will be held at 7 p.m. at Living Stones Church.

Soliloquy, ihana and It’s Time regularly participate in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Music Festival in Banff, where It’s Time was featured as one of the showcase concerts for the past two years.

As well, ihana recently participated in the invitation only Voices West youth choral festival in Vancouver. The group was also invited to sing as part of the Distinguished Concerts series in New York City, but the timing did not work.

Tickets are $15 from any member of the choir, or by contacting choir director Lisa Ward at 403-309-3032. Tickets will also be available at the door.

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