The Northern Lights Chamber Choir performs their 10th anniversary concert at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on Friday, March 1, with a second performance at the church Sunday afternoon, March 10. (Kayleigh Seibel/Salmon Arm Observer)

The Northern Lights Chamber Choir celebrate 10 years of musical magic

The choir performed in Salmon Arm on March 8 and 10

The Northern Lights Chamber Choir is in Salmon Arm for once more performance this weekend at the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Those who missed the well-attended March 8 show can still catch the choir when they perform again on Sunday, March 10 at 2:30 pm.

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For ticket info check out www.northernlightschamberchoir.ca.

The choir’s current concert series celebrates 10 years of musical magic as they performed for the first time in 2009.


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