Members of the Camerata Singers perform during their Christmas Concert Hang the Holly Friday (Dec. 9) at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church.

Camerata Singers share Christmas cheer

Camerata Singers host Hang the Holly concert Friday (Dec. 9) at St. Andrew's United Church.

Camerata Singers will share some Christmas cheer with audience members during the upcoming concert Hang the Holly.

Choir members, under the direction of Lindsay Suddaby, will sing a variety of styles including classical, folk, spiritual pieces and Christmas carols.

Featured guest artists include Heart’s Ease and soprano singer Elizabeth Gerow.

Heart’s Ease has members from Nanaimo, Cedar and Ladysmith and performs a range of music using recorders, viols, bells, percussion instruments, crumhorns and more.

Gerow graduated from the University of Victoria’s music program with a specialization in voice. She will sing several solo pieces and perform with the Camerata Singers.

The concert is Friday (Dec. 9) at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, located at 311 Fitzwilliam St. Tickets are $15 at the door and children 12 years old and younger will be admitted for free. For more info, go to

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