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With special guest Joey Kitson
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Don Fraser and the Choral Music Program at Confederation Centre of the Arts invite people of all ages to an afternoon of holiday revelry this weekend with Sing Noël.
On Dec. 16, the Confederation Centre Youth Chorus takes to the Homburg Theatre stage at 3 p.m. to perform an afternoon of classic Christmas carols. The large youth choir will be joined by an audience favourite, special guest and Island son, Joey Kitson.
The guest host will be Valerie Moore.
Accompanied by Sara White on piano and Donald Fraser on organ, the youth chorus will perform both contemporary and classic Christmas selections, including “Welcome Yule”, “In Bethlehem”, “Star Carol”, “O Come All Ye Faithful”, “Angel Tidings” and “O Holy Night”.
The audience is encouraged to sing along with these another familiar carols.
This year will also feature a beautiful new contemporary carol by John Rutter, “What Sweeter Music”.
“The youth chorus really captures the spirit of the season every year in this beautiful concert," says Fraser.
Tickets and more information about this and other upcoming concerts are available through the box office.