I'm Gonna Sing
On June 2, the Pacific Mennonite Childrens Choir celebrates the completion of their 40th anniversary season. Founded in 1978 by Nancy Dyck, the choir has touched the lives of over 900 singers. To mark this historic milestone, PMCC presents their spring concert, Im Gonna Sing, on Saturday, June 2 at Gateway Church in Abbotsford. Singers from ages 8-18 will sing songs commemorating the choirs rich history. Experience familiar works and new songs connecting the past with the present, including the world premiere of a work by Jeff Enns. Other highlights include Karl Jenkin's "Adiemus" with choreography, the Canadian classic "I'se the B'y," the world premiere of a collaborative student composition, and many more.
They will be joined by opera singer and PMCC alum, Melanie Krueger. She will perform Mozarts Laudate Dominum and Handels Let the Bright Seraphim. As well, the Abbotsford Youth Orchestra will accompany several songs under the direction of Calvin Dyck, in addition to performing their choreographed Por Una Cabeza. After the concert there will be a standing dessert reception, to which all are invited.
Dont miss this delightful concert on Saturday, June 2, at 7:00 PM at Gateway Community CRC (2884 Abb Mission Hwy). Early bird tickets are available for purchase in person at Kings Music in Abbotsford or online at www.pmcc.ca ($20 for adults, $5 for students, plus applicable fees). Tickets are also available at the door ($25 for adults, $10 for students).
The Pacific Mennonite Childrens Choir is an auditioned choir for unchanged voices. Their singers come from Langley, Surrey, Mission, Abbotsford and Chilliwack. They value musical excellence and the joy of singing in community. To audition or to find out more, visit their website at www.pmcc.ca.
Gateway Community CRC (View)
2884 Abb Mission Hwy
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3Y2
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