Ken Lavigne on his way back in Chilliwack

Lavigne takes his audience on a riveting and enchanting journey, retelling his personal odyssey to play Carnegie Hall

The Chilliwack United Church presents Ken Lavigne at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Thursday December 11

Ken Lavigne is a singer, composer, and consummate entertainer.

Chilliwack United Church presents Ken Lavigne on Dec. 11 at Chilliwack Cultural Centre with his new Christmas album.

His career as a premier vocalist has taken him far and wide touring shows including The Road to Carnegie Hall and Comfort & Joy.

Joined by a four-piece ensemble, Lavigne takes his audience on a riveting and enchanting journey, retelling his personal odyssey and desire to sing at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops. Told with spectacular songs and entertaining and hilarious stories, Lavigne embodies the spirit of the underdog – audacity, tenacity and ultimately triumph.

Audience Favourites include: O Sole mio, Funiculi Funicula; Nessun Dorma, Be my love, Loch Lomond, Danny Boy;  Hallelujah, Bring him home, Because we believe and more.

Over the years, he has gained the hearts of concert goers across North America with his exciting blend of classical and modern style.

He was recognized early for the outstanding timbre of his lyric tenor voice as well as the ease and agility with which he sings.

Ken has just finished a North American Tour and is coming to Chilliwack to present his new Christmas Album Comfort & Joy.

The Chilliwack United Church presents Ken Lavigne at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Thursday December 11, 2014, 7 p.m.

 

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