Timbre! thanks choral fans

On behalf of Timbre! Choir, I would like to thank our incredible audience for their support of choral music, says choir member.

To the Editor,

On behalf of Timbre! Choir, I would like to thank our incredible audience for their support of choral music in the Alberni Valley for the past 42 years.

We love to sing, but even more, we love to entertain and please our audience. It is so heartwarming to walk onto the wonderful stage at ADSS Theatre and feel the appreciation.

There is a long list of people and organizations we are thankful to, but I would particularly like to thank those businesses and individuals who came forward this year to support us financially.  Without your support, we literally could not have given our audience the caliber of performance we provide.

Please join us on Dec. 13, 2015 and April 24, 2016 for our 43rd season!

To quote the famous composer, John Rutter:  “Choral music is not one of life’s frills. It’s something that goes to the very heart of our humanity, our sense of community and our souls.”

Frances Ketteringham,

Timbre! Choir

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