The Island Consort Chamber Choir performs with harpist Josh Layne Sunday (Dec. 4) at 7:30 p.m. at Brechin United Church.

Island Consort Chamber Choir sings Christmas choral music

Island Consort Chamber Choir presents A Ceremony of Carols Sunday (Dec. 4) at Brechin United Church.

Members of the Island Consort Chamber Choir are singing Christmas choral music Sunday (Dec. 4).

The choir presents A Ceremony of Carols, under the direction of Bruce Farquharson, at Brechin United Church, located at 1998 Estevan Rd., at 7:30 p.m.

The concert features guest harpist Josh Layne, who hails from Victoria. He’ll perform Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols, a work in 11 movements.

The concert program includes Sweelinck’s, Hodie Christus Natus Est, Hassler’s Dixit Maria, John Rutter’s Wexford Carol and All My Heart Rejoices Again and more.

John Nelson and Margaret Nelson will accompany the choir on the organ and the piano.

Admission is $20 adults, $5 students at the door and children 12-years-old and younger get in free.

For more information about the Island Consort Chamber Choir please go to

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