A spectacular union of Christmas magic and Celtic choral tradition will be taking place this holiday season when the spectacular Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir returns to Chilliwack.

Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir visits Chilliwack

The Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir visits the Chilliwack Cultural Centre to help kickoff holiday season

In 1982, three men with a love for singing joined harmonies and created the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir. Now, 35 years later, they’ve visiting the Chilliwack Cultural Centre to help kickoff the holiday season with Christmas with the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir.

With more than 100 members, the Choir specializes in summoning the magic and majesty of Welsh music, as well as other well-known hymns, operas, and even show tunes, creating a polarizing and diverse repertoire.

With a reputation as broad as their musical range, the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir has traversed the globe, performing in Europe, Australia, and even at Russia’s 300th anniversary of the founding of St. Petersburg.

Regardless of musical tastes, the Choir’s performance is set to capture everything that has ever been loved about the holiday season, wrap it in inspirational Celtic choral tunes, and deliver it to audiences with a festive splendor.

The show is at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $35 to $40, and can be purchased at the Centre Box office, online at chilliwackcultrualcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW (7469).

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