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The Living Skies Chorus - A Not-So-Silent Night Monday, December 12, 2022 at 7:00 PM CST

Darke Hall
× The Living Skies Chorus, with special guests Angie Hicks and Matt Rapley, present A Not So Silent Night, with show proceeds going to Sing Canada Harmony, a Canadian charity dedicated to empowering all Canadians to become healthy, creative, and responsible members of society by providing access to vocal music education programs and resources.

The Living Skies Chorus has been active in the Regina and area music scene since 1961. As members of the Barbershop Harmony Society, it joins 22,000 men in Canada and the United States to "Keep the Whole World Singing" four-part, a cappella harmony in the Barbershop Style. The Chorus' vision is to be the choral group of choice for men in Regina and area who love to sing, with a mission is to enhance the lives of our members and the people in our community. The Chorus values fellowship, friendship, and service to the community through its music, and believes music plays a vital role in the development of healthy, creative, and responsible members of society. By supporting vocal music arts for children, youth, men and women, the Living Skies Chorus believes it will enrich the lives of everyone in the community.

Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for students, and free for those 12 years of age and under.