Arbutus Singers end season on Broadway

Songs from Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar and other productions part of choir's finale

The Arbutus Singers will wrap up their season with songs from Broadway and movie musicals.

Songs from Phantom of the Opera, Jesus Christ Superstar and other productions will be highlighted. Among the songs: Imagine, He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, the Jackson 5’s ABC and Stop the Love, Nella Fantasia and Don’t Forget Me from the TV show MASH.

Students from two schools will be singing each night to open the program

Funds raised from the concert will support the ChoirKids programs developed by the Arbutus Singers, where upwards of 125 to 150 kids participate in choral music programs for fun.

Over the last several years Arbutus Singers have raised more than $175,000 for local charities.

The concerts are June 3 and 5 at First Metropolitan United Church, 932 Balmoral Rd., beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $12 seniors/students; $15 adults; $30/family.  There are home-baked treats after each concert.

For tickets, please contact Julie at 250-384-2840 or go online to arbutussingers.com  .

Arbutus Singers are under the direction of Jack Boomer.

 

 

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