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Langley Community Chorus welcomes spring with two concerts

Langley Community Chorus will present their spring 2015 concert titled “Thank you for the music” on two days and locations in the community.

All of the music in the concert was chosen by music director Anita Comba to soothe and uplift, as well as being unusual and entertaining.

The concert will feature songs performed in the native languages of Russia, Spain, Zulu South Africa, Nigeria and Zambia.

There will also be several well-known popular songs from Canada and the United States. The 80-voice chorus will be joined by Langley composer and professional Marimba, Celtic fiddle and percussion musician Bruce Henczel. They will sing some of his unique original compositions.

Concert details:
Saturday, May 9 at 3 p.m. 
Langley Mennonite Fellowship
20997 40 Ave.

Sunday, May 24 at 3 p.m.

United Churches of Langley (Sharon United) 21562 Old Yale Rd.

Tickets at the door 30 minutes prior to concert.
Adults $15; students $10; under 12 free
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