SUBMITTED: The Langley Community Chorus is an 80-voice mixed group.

Langley singers in Christmas concerts

Langley Community Chorus gives back to the community

The Langley Community Chorus has a series of upcoming Christmas concerts, including a date in Aldergrove.

The 80-person mixed choir has been making music for over 25 years.

They are a registered charity and non-profit society. Within their constitution are a number of objectives, among them: “to foster in the community an appreciation of

choral music” and “to provide music in such institutions as senior’s residences, hospitals, schools and community events.”

To that end, the chorus has performed at Harrison Pointe Independent Living Complex on Nov. 21 and will do the same at Langley Renaissance seniors home on Dec. 5.

The smaller ensemble, The Langley Community Chorus Ambassadors performed at Fort Langley Remembrance Day service, and the Fort Langley Bloom Market this past weekend. They will participate in the Newlands Children’s Wish Breakfast on the Nov. 24.

The LCC loves to sing and will be performing three Christmas concerts this season.

The upcoming concerts, entitled “There’s No Business Like Show Business” are all 3 p.m. matinees and will feature Christmas songs from the screen and stage.

The dates are:

Dec. 8 St Dunstan’s Anglican Church, Aldergrove;

Dec. 15 Willoughby Christian Reformed Church, Langley;

Dec. 16 United Churches of Langley, Langley.

For more information check their website and facebook pages ( and

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