The Richmond Singers brings its 55-voice women’s choir to Ladner this Sunday in a celebration of youth.
The longest-standing community choir in Richmond will present its second annual concert, On the Horizon – A Celebration of Youth, under the direction of Tsawwassen’s Natasha Neufeld at 3 p.m. at Ladner United Church.
Seating is limited with admission by donation. Suggested donation is $20 for adults and $10 for seniors, students and children.
Proceeds from the afternoon of music will benefit Music Heals Canada, a non-profit society supporting accredited music therapy programs, and the Delta Community Music School.
Neufeld, who has directed the Richmond Singers for the past 15 years, says the concert has a little something for everyone.
“The concert will have well-known favourites for the adults and some music for the younger generation too,” she says. “There will also be some audience participation on a few of the numbers too, so it’s definitely a show the whole family can enjoy.”
Founded in 1971, the Richmond Singers sing a wide range of music from classical and sacred arrangements to traditional, pop, Broadway, folk and jazz. United by a common passion for singing quality choral music and sharing the camaraderie of other women, the Richmond Singers present two major concerts annually as well as perform at numerous community and charity events.