Linden Singers turning their talents to Jewish music

Victoria’s Linden Singers bring their choral sound to First Metropolitan United Church on Saturday (May 28)

From Yiddish folk songs to Broadway musical standards, Saturday’s (May 28) performance by the Linden Singers is about everything Jewish.

The choral concert, entitled “The Hour has Come,” features compositions by Felix Mendelssohn, Srul Irving Glick and Leonard Bernstein, among others, and includes a veritable musical smorgasbord of styles.

It gets underway at 7:30 p.m. at First Metropolitan Church, Balmoral Road at Quadra Street. Tickets, $18 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, are available at Ivy’s and Munro’s Books, Long and McQuade Music, the church office, at the door and online at www.lindensingers.ca.

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