Yellow Point Singers celebrate spring

The Yellow Point Singers perform their spring concert, "Home and Away, A Choral Journey," April 27 in Ladysmith.

The Yellow Point Singers will perform a spring concert Sunday

This Sunday (April 27), the Yellow Point Singers will conclude their season with a spring concert entitled “Home and Away, A Choral Journey.”

A variety of musical pieces will include several from Canada, as well as from around the world from places such as Africa, Russia and Italy.

The choir particularly looks forward to performing “All the Little Rivers of Canada,” composed by Vancouver-born composer Larry Nickel.

Three Russian Folk Songs will evoke memories of this year’s Olympic Games in Sochi.

The choir is delighted to welcome the Gabriola Island Singers to share this concert and look forward to travelling to Gabriola Island to perform with them.

The Yellow Point Singers’ spring concert takes place Sunday, April 27 at 2:30 p.m. at Oceanview Community Church (381 Davis Rd. in Ladysmith).

Tickets are available at the door and cost $10 per person or $20 per family, and refreshments will be served following the concert.

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