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CYC Presents: One Shining Night

CYC Presents: One Shining Night

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When:

  • Sat 15 Dec ’18, 7:00pm – 9:30pm

Where:

The Salvation Army, Christchurch City, 853 Colombo St, Christchurch Central, Christchurch

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird Adult: $15.00
  • Early Bird Senior/Student (65+/18-): $10.00
  • Adult (after Dec 12): $20.00
  • Senior/Student (65+/18-) (after Dec 12): $15.00
  • Child (12-): $0.00

The Christchurch Youth Choir welcomes you on a Christmas journey through an evening of choral music.

Join us in preparation for the festive season as CYC presents 'One Shining Night', our end-of-year concert for 2018, and also our final concert with our current Music Team.

We will be performing an array of genres including a chorus from Handel's Messiah, the world-famous Bublé version of "Jingle Bells", and also "All of Us" from "Considering Matthew Shepard," with solo performances from members of the choir.

Combined with pieces by choral greats David N. Childs, Morten Lauridsen, and John Rutter, as well as a performance of "Alla Luna" by New Zealand composer and former CYC member Theo Hnat, it promises to be a fantastic evening.

Held on Saturday, 15th December 2018 at the Salvation Army Church, 853 Colombo Street at 7pm, "One Shining Night" will be an evening of joyful and contemplative music.

Tickets are available from your friendly choir members and online.

https://www.tickettailor.com/events/christchurchyouthchoir/215017 (at an early-bird price of $15 until 12th December) and there will be limited door sales available on the night.

As this event is held at the Salvation Army Church, any donations for their annual Christmas Can Drive are warmly welcomed.

We look forward to performing for you all!

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