Langley university’s voice ensemble offer songs of thanks

The concert called Delight features traditional choral music.

Be delighted by the sounds of voices from Trinity Western University (TWU) Chamber Singers Friday and Saturday.

On Friday Nov. 6, the 17 voice ensemble of the School of the Arts, Media + Culture performs their concert called Delight at the Emmanuel Free Reformed Church in Abbotsford at 7:30 p.m.

The show comes to Langley at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Langley Canadian Reformed Church at 21804 52nd Ave.

Singers will be performing traditional songs but presenting them in an upbeat way under the direction of Dr. Joel Tranquilla. They will accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra and organist Edward Norman.

The program is focused on thanksgiving and praise through classics by composers like Monteverdi, Stanford, and Bach.

Tickets are $10 at the door. Students are invited to pay what they can. Tickets in advance and further details are available at www.twu.ca/samc or by phone at 604-513-2173.

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