Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir in concert

Kootenay music fans are invited to two concerts featuring the Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir, directed by Liana Savard.

Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir will be performing in Cranbrook and Kimberley

Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir will be performing in Cranbrook and Kimberley

Kootenay music fans are invited to two concerts featuring the Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir, directed by Liana Savard.

The concerts will be in Cranbrook on Tuesday, June 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the Knox Presbyterian Church and in Kimberley Wednesday June 5th at 7:30 p.m. at the Kimberley United Church.

Tickets for both concerts are $20 adults, $18 student/seniors, $10 under 12 years and they will be available at the door.

Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir was founded in 1992 in the tradition of Welsh Male Choirs “for men of all ages who enjoy singing.” Twenty years later Orpheus is an audience favourite particularly for it’s passion, breadth of repertoire and enjoying themselves on stage.

The program will bring back many of its most popular songs from past concerts and feature new repertoire additions as well.

The program will include: As Time Goes By,  Battle Hymn, Danny Boy, Sixteen Tons, Wild Mountain Time, Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Working Man, and Hallelujah.

For more information on the choir, visit their website, www.vancouverorpheus.org  or contact Marta at 427-2883.