Fab Four come alive with Alberni’s Timbre

Alberni's Timbre Choir launches is 39th season with a concert at ADSS on Sunday, Nov. 6.

The Timbre! Choir kicks off its 39th singing season on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2:30 p.m. at the ADSS Auditorium with Love, Laughter, and Legends – From Broadway to the Beatles.

Hits by the Fab Four include Can’t Buy me Love, Penny Lane, Let it Be and Hey Jude.

Following the Beatle tribute will be Theme From Spider Man, the theme song for the popular comic book and movie character that has been recorded by Michael Bublé.

Richard Rodgers’ contributions to the musical theatre of his day were extraordinary. On the second half of the concert Timbre! will perform tunes from many of Richard Rodgers most beloved shows including The Sound of Music, South Pacific and Oklahoma.

Closing the afternoon concert will be music from the Tony award-winning Broadway musical Fiddler on the Roof. Violinist Marjorie Cullerne from Parksville will join with Timbre! on this memorable musical.

Single Tickets and Season Passes for all three shows are now on sale at Echo Centre, Somass Drugs, Salmonberry’s, Rollin Art Centre and at the door.

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