Enjoy Festival of the Voice at the Clarke Theatre

Joy Vox Community Choir presents the Mission event

A night of choral music is being featured at the Clarke Theatre Friday (May 31) night.

The Festival of the Voice, presented by the Joy Vox Community Choir, begins at 7:30 p.m. Performing at this event are:

• Coquitlam Celebration Choir: This group is directed by Amy Stephen and has been singing together for more than one year.

• Serenata Singers: This Mission-based women’s choir is conducted by Deborah Handley, and accompanied by Ralph Neumann. The group sings a variety of songs from different cultures and genres.

• Tangerine: This Fraser Valley group has been touching hearts with their passion for a cappella harmony, barbershop style for several years.

• Voce Destino: This women’s choral ensemble, led by Liisa Nessim, has won awards at the Kiwanis music festival in 2011.

• Joy Vox Community Choir: The choir is directed by Liisa Nessim and performs across the Lower Mainland.

Tickets to the concert are $15 each. Children 12 and younger are admitted without charge. Partial proceeds benefit the local food bank. To order your ticket, visit the Clarke Theatre box office at 33700 Prentis Ave. or call 604-820-3961.

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