Langley-based choir leader making spirits bright

A gospel choir led by Kwantlen Polytechnique University’s Gail Suderman set a new record, selling out two of its three upcoming holiday shows weeks ahead.

The Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir presents its Making Spirits Bright concert Friday and Saturday evening at the Christ Cathedral in Vancouver, then Sunday in Richmond.

“For many, the holiday season brings some stress as well as plenty of celebration. Our concerts address both of these: by being an antidote for the former and catalyst for the latter. There is simply no way to sit still or not smile while listening to the infectious, glorious sounds of gospel,” said Suderman, who is the director of voice and choral at Kwantlen’s Langley campus.

Tickets are still available for the 3 p.m. Sunday show, at brownpapertickets.com or 1-800-838-3006.

 

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