Men’s choir remembers with concert in Langley

Orpheus singers give message of thanks to veterans on Nov. 11.

A men’s choir hailing from Vancouver will be performing in Langley on Remembrance Day.

Every few years, the Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir hold a “We Remember” concert at the St. Andrew’s Anglican Church on Old Yale Road.

The church and choir are inviting people to join in as they present “music in honour of our veterans, peacekeepers, and those who sacrifice their lives for our nation,”  said the choir’s music director Liana Savard.

The program will reflect on music that influences feelings and express emotions, hope, and love, she elaborated.

The choir, which has members in the local church congregation,  typically alternates between hosting a Remembrance Day and Christmas concert at St. Andrew’s. This year’s show is Nov. 11, beginning at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $22/adults, $20/seniors, or $12/students and available online atvancouverorpheus.org. For more information, people can call 604-515-5686.

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