Singing Out Loud

Sing Your Joy will bring their song to First Metropolitan United Church on Dec. 5

Sing Your Joy will bring their song to First Metropolitan United Church when they perform in Out Loud on Dec. 5.

Under the direction of Christine Chepyha and Gordon Miller, Sing Your Joy is a non-auditioned chorus of young adults from all walks of life, joining voices together in an exuberant expression of joy and building friendships.

Also performing at Out Loud is spoken word artist Annie Lepage.

Lepage has been a finalist at the 2014 Vic Slam Championship and semifinalist with the Vic Slam Team at the 2014 Canadian Team Slam Championship, and is a workshop leader with the Raising Voices high school poetry program.

Tickets for Out Loud are $15/$10 and available online at singyourjoy.ca or phone 250-213-1948.

First Metropolitan United Church is located at 932 Balmoral Rd. The concert begins at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

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