The Carillon Singers will present, “Dancing Day” on Saturday, Jan. 6 at 7pm, at Trinity United Church in New Glasgow, which will mark over 20 years celebrating the tradition of “Old Christmas”. By infusing a dash of tradition with a hint of whimsy they are sure to present a delightful evening to carry us into winter, and a new year.
Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day is an English carol which uses vivid imagery of dance to tell a story. The Carillons will be singing this along with songs and carols from around the world and welcoming special guests as they fill the air with beautiful sounds.
The Carillon Singers are a talented ensemble of professional and amateur female musicians from across Pictou County who, under the direction of Vivi Chediac and pianist Karen Crowley, have been performing songs of many styles, languages and eras. With over 20 years of performing as a group, they most recently had the honour of singing with Canadian Soprano, Measha Brueggergosman.
Refreshments will follow the concert including warm mulled cider and light treats. Tickets are $12 each or $10 for students and seniors and will be available for pick up at Chediac Furniture in New Glasgow, reaching out to any Carillon Singer or by phoning Anna Marie Galvin at 902-759-1362. Tickets will also be available at the door.