Revelstoke Community Choir presents Candy Canes & Carols

The Revelstoke Community Choir began their Candy Canes & Carols event by circling the room and singing Silent Night, arranged by A. Kaplan, K. Olusola and B. Bram. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)The Revelstoke Community Choir began their Candy Canes & Carols event by circling the room and singing Silent Night, arranged by A. Kaplan, K. Olusola and B. Bram. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review                                The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church.Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church.
ocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review                                The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church. Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church. J
The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)The Revelstoke Community Choir presented Candy Canes & Carols on Sunday and Monday evening at the United Church. (Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review)
Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review                                David Cooke and Kelsey Croxall sang solos in Bethlehem Skies by David Barnes and Dara Mclean, arranged by Roger Emerson as the Revelstoke Community Choir’s Candycanes & Carols performance.Jocelyn Doll/Revelstoke Review David Cooke and Kelsey Croxall sang solos in Bethlehem Skies by David Barnes and Dara Mclean, arranged by Roger Emerson as the Revelstoke Community Choir’s Candycanes & Carols performance.

The Revelstoke Community Choir presented their annual Christmas performance on Sunday and Monday at the United Church Hall.

Lida Carey and Hannah Weston began the evening off with a piano duet. The choir circled the room to perform a heart stopping rendition of Silent Night, arranged by A. Kaplan, K. Olusola and B. Bram.

The choir sang Candy Cane Lane and Here We Come a Caroling.

Stacie Byrne sang the first solo of the night in Do You Hear What I Hear.

Following that the choir sang Joy to the World.

Toni Teed performed the second solo of the evening in Baby Please Come Home.

The first set wrapped up with There’s Still My Joy and The First Noel.

Carey and Weston started the second set with another piano duet followed by the choir singing Put Vejini, arranged by Imant Raminsh.

Next the choir performed Stopping By the Woods on a Snowy Evening and Let It Snow.

The audience joined in on singing Hark the Herald Angels Sing.

Next they heard John Lennon’s Happy Christmas and Dona Nobis Pacem, with a solo by Anne Keller.David Cooke and Kelsey Croxall did solos in Bethlehem Skies and the evening finished off with O Little Town of Bethlehem and Heaven Everywhere.

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