Event Archive - The Song Will Never End: Denis Donnelly (co-director), Cathy Baker (co-director), Dick Jackson (co-director), Siobhan Robinsong (guest director), Denis Donnelly (guest Artist), Anne Mortifee (guest soloist), Kim Willoughby (guest soloist), Lanny Pollet (guest musician - flute), Oliver Swain (guest musician - bass), More TBA
THE SONG WILL NEVER END ~ THE GETTIN' HIGHER CHOIR in CONCERT
Directed by Denis Donnelly, Cathy Baker, Dick Jackson & Siobhan Robinsong
Guest Artist: Denis Donnelly who will be joined by a variety of musical friends including Lanny Pollet (flute), Oliver Swain (bass) & others TBA
Guest Soloists: Ann Mortifee & Kim Willoughby
This concert will pay special acknowledgment to Siobhan & Denis as they pass the directorship of the choir to Cathy & Dick.
The choir will perform a variety of songs that highlight the spirit of the Gettin’ Higher Choir, ranging from The Beatles to English Folk Music to choir favourites composed by Denis Donnelly.
As our Guest Artist Denis will perform his own set to share more of his musical background and genres.
Friday & Saturday, June 15 & 16, 2018, at 7:30pm
This is our 22nd annual benefit concert for projects in Mozambique under the auspices of The Caia Connection (www.caiaconnection.org)
venue: Alix Goolden Hall, 907 Pandora Ave, Victoria
tickets: $25, or $20 for students & seniors, general admission
>> Available soon from choir members (no fees)
>> Available soon from local businesses - TBA (no fees)
>> Available soon from Victoria Conservatory of Music, 900 Johnson Street (fees apply)
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