Members of the 70-voice combined chorus rehearse for their upcoming Christmas concert

Choirs join voices for Christmas

Let His Praise Ring Out and the Cloverdale Concert Choir are busy practicing for their upcoming ‘O Holy Night’ concert

Two choruses, Let His Praise Ring Out and the Cloverdale Concert Choir, are busy practicing for their upcoming ‘O Holy Night’ concert,  which will take place on Sunday, Dec. 8.

Combined, the choirs are 70 voices strong and will be accompanied by a guest orchestra, pipe organ and piano.

The choirs are directed by Nicole VanWoudenberg and Marina Lodder, respectively, and VanWoudenberg also conducts the orchestra.

The evening program will include audience sing-along, a vocal duet and some orchestra pieces.

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Aldergrove Canadian Reformed Church, in their new building at 26655 – 24 Ave.

Admission is free and after the concert there will be refreshments for all to enjoy.

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