Barkley Sounds Choir

Everyone needs a little Christmas

Phil’s Harmonics and the Barkley Sounds Choir perform We Need a Little Christmas Sunday, Dec. 1 at the ADSS Theatre beginning at 2:30 p.m

Phil’s Harmonics and the Barkley Sounds Choir perform We Need a Little Christmas this Sunday, Dec. 1 at the ADSS Theatre beginning at 2:30 p.m.

The two groups traditionally perform a Christmas concert and despite a new venue this year is no different, says Phil’s Harmonics organizer Bonnie Wallbank.

The Barkley Sounds Community Choir, which boasts as many as 50 members some years, is entering its 13th year of performing in the Alberni Valley.

The Phil’s Harmonics Orchestra will be led by conductor Philip Wallbank.

Phil’s Harmonics welcomes Laurie Terepocki as their accompanist for this concert following Bev Hintz’s retirement.

The afternoon’s performance also features the Alberni Valley United Church Handbell Choir, under the direction of Michael Villette.

Tickets for We Need a Little Christmas are $10 in advance from the Rollin Arts Centre, choir and orchestra members or $12 at the door.

For more info, please call Bonnie Wallbank of Phil’s Harmonics at 250-724-2998.

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