Choral Christmas concerts coming up

The Langley Community Chorus presents their 23rd annual Christmas Concert titled "Season of Dreams" with two performances scheduled.

The Langley Community Chorus presents their 23rd annual Christmas Concert titled “Season of Dreams” with two performances scheduled.

Director Anita Comba has selected a wide range of seasonal music and the chorus will be performing, in Latin, four movements of the famous and stirring Gloria in D-major by Antonio Vivaldi. Other selections include Candle in the Night; Song for a Winter’s Night; December’s Keep; Breath of Heaven; the beautiful title song Season of Dreams; plus several well known traditional carols.

On the lighter side they also will sing the popular I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas. A full song list is on the website:

This entertaining and enjoyable concert will get everyone in the mood for the 2014 Christmas season.   The first afternoon matinee is on Saturday, Nov. 29, 3 p.m. at Willoughby Christian Reformed Church, 20525 72nd Avenue, Langley.

The second afternoon matinee is on Sunday, Dec. 7, 3 p.m. at United Churches of Langley (Sharon United), 21562 Old Yale Road, Langley.

Admission is adults $15, students $10, and 12 and under free of charge, available at the door 30 minutes before concert.

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