The People’s Gospel Choir involves St. John Fisher Church for a profit live performance Sunday. A portion of the proceeds will go to the church and its music program.
Musical director Kim Sherwood based the choir in 1992. 5 of its 30 members come from the West Island, together with Beaconsfield resident Katherine Cram, who has sung with the choir for 25 of its 27 years.
“The music is so uplifting,” Cram mentioned. “The entire expertise lifts you up. The viewers offers again, so the choir offers extra.”
The choir displays Montreal’s cultural, spiritual and racial variety and has carried out at main occasions together with the Montreal Worldwide Jazz Pageant, the Governor Common’s Performing Arts Awards and Canada Day in Ottawa. A go to to the Maritimes is ready for August as a part of an change with the Halifax-based Nova Scotia Mass Choir.
The Pointe-Claire efficiency takes place at St. John Fisher Church, 120 Summerhill Ave., Jan. 12 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets value $20 for adults and $10 for youngsters 11 years previous and youthful and can be found on-line at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4439762.