The Island Consort Choir performs at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on Dec. 1. (Josef Jacobson/The News Bulletin)

Nanaimo’s Island Consort Choir presents ‘Music from the Heart’

Program to feature vocal music spanning the centuries

This Sunday Nanaimo’s Island Consort Choir is presenting its latest program, Music from the Heart.

The concert, taking place at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, will feature both early music and more recent compositions. The show will also include a trio of traditional Christmas Carols. Accompanying the 22-member choir are organist Jenny Vincent, violinist Karl Rainer and cellist Hannah Wilson.

WHAT’S ON … The Island Consort Choir performs at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 4235 Departure Bay Rd., on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $20 for adults. $5 for students and free for those under 13. Tickets available at the door.



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