Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra's Lenten Reflections concert will feature its acclaimed a capella ensemble

Enjoy Lenten Reflections with Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra next weekend

The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presents Lenten Reflections on March 31.

The Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra and Chorus presents Lenten Reflections on March 31.

As part of its current season, the Lenten Reflections concert series will feature their acclaimed a capella ensemble, Belle Voci, as they perform moving and contemplative selections of sacred music, including renaissance polyphony, Russian Orthodox selections, and unique modern works.

Belle Voci is comprised of local singers from the Fraser Valley – and the proceeds of this by-donation concert will go to support keeping live, local music alive in our communities.

All are invited to attend and enjoy this musical offering.

Lenten Reflections is Friday, March 31 at 8 p.m. at St. Mary’s Parish (8909 Mary St.).

Admission will be by donation.

 

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