Newcombe Singers mark five decades of song with holiday concert

Our 50th Noel is Sunday, Dec. 10 at 4 p.m. at the First Metropolitan Church

The Newcombe Singers present celebrate 50 years with a holiday concert.

Our 50th Noel marks five decades of singing in Greater Victoria with a Dec. 10 concert.

Enjoy an eclectic blend of traditional carols, some sacred songs and sublime modern works on Sunday, Dec. 10 at 4 p.m. at the First Metropolitan Church, 932 Balmoral.

Tickets are $15-$20 available from choir members, Ivy’s Bookshop in Oak Bay and at the door.

Children under 12 accompanied by an adult are free.

Visit www.newcombesingers.com to learn more about the choir.


 

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