Victoria Philharmonic plays Handel

First Met Church hosting musical event this weekend

First Metropolitan United church will come alive with fire, hailstones and plagues of locusts on Saturday (Oct. 20), as the Victoria Philharmonic Choir sings Handel’s Israel in Egypt. The choir, conducted by Peter Butterfield, features soloists Nancy Washeim, Catherine Campolin, Erin Ronningen, Josh Lovell and the powerhouse bass duo of Dale Friesen and Gary Relyea.

Tickets are available at Munro’s Books and Long & McQuade or the door. For more details visit vpchoir.ca.

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