Twin Rivers Choir spring concert bringing summer to Castlegar

On May 26 and 27, prepare to be entertained by the Twin Rivers Community Choir.

On May 26 and 27, prepare to be entertained by the Twin Rivers Community Choir at their Spring Concert entitled Here Comes the Sun at the Castle Theatre.

Audiences can expect to feel the warmth of summer in musical favourites which are sure to keep your toes tapping and stick with you long after the singing is done.

After the wet, rainy spring we’ve had, we all need a bit of sunshine to brighten our days.

The choir has a fantastic program planned which includes works such as Good Vibrations and Fun Fun Fun by the The Beach Boys, All You Need Is Love and of course Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles, Imagine by John Lennon, fantastic arrangements of Summertime and Georgia On My Mind and many many more.

Listeners will be swept away from our dreary Kootenay spring to feel the Georgia sunlight and hear the waves lapping under a seaside boardwalk.

Twin Rivers Community Choir is excited to welcome the Wind River Quartet, a highly talented group of local musicians as guests to their program.

In addition to the musical guests and choral selections, audiences will be treated to several small ensembles and soloists performing a wide range of popular music spanning the last four decades.

Advance tickets are available at Castlegar Realty and Mountain High Lighting. Get your tickets early — they are the hottest item in town.

Adult tickets are $15, seniors tickets are $10, and children and students tickets are $5. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. with the doors to the theatre opening at 6:45.

The lovely Castle Theatre is located at 185 Columbia Ave, and offers General Seating, so be sure to arrive early to secure your seat, enjoy a glass of wine and prepare to be swept away.

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