Chorealis Vocal Ensemble members Glen Goerzen (back from left)

Choir performs from motets to Beatles

Chorealis Vocal Ensemble shares its love of singing with the North Okanagan audience, Saturday at Vernon’s St. John’s Lutheran Church.

  • Nov. 5, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Members of the Chorealis Vocal Ensemble are travelling along Highway 97 to present their fall tour,  Pathways of Love.

The 11-member group shares its love of singing with the North Okanagan audience, Saturday at Vernon’s St. John’s Lutheran Church.

Members all reside in the Okanagan, from Salmon Arm through to Kelowna, and have been enthusiastically singing together since 2008.

“Chorealis performs a broad range of music, both sacred and secular. They especially love singing early music, from English madrigals to Latin motets, but are equally adept at more modern repertoire, be it classical composition or beloved Beatles’ tune,” said Chorealis member Gloria Brooks.

Chorealis is a unique vocal group, in that they do not have a conductor. Instead, all singers contribute to create their fine, harmonious and unaccompanied sound, added Brooks.

Saturday’s concert will see Chorealis present selections by Passerau, Holst, Stenhammar, Corelli, Lennon and McCartney, and Piazzolla.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are available at the Bean Scene Coffee House and at the door. Admission is $15.

St. John’s Lutheran Church is located at 5151 Alain Rd. (off Silver Star Road, behind Stussi Sport), in Vernon.

 

Just Posted

IPE donates to North Okanagan group

Good Food Box, the IPE 2019 Charity of Choice, receives $5,700

Vernon Walk For Alzheimer’s looks to expand

Annual event slated for May 3, 2020, is also looking for new committee members

Vernon’s October 2019 the coldest on record

This past month of October was the coldest since at least 1989

City of Vernon offers winter safety reminders

Reminders geared toward keeping safe while heating your home and driving in the winter

Feedback sought at North Okanagan regional district’s open house

Learn more about the district’s projects and services offered Nov. 27

VIDEO: Canadian allergists’ group wants Benadryl behind the counter due to side effects

Some doctors say the medication is over-used because of its easy availability

Costco relocation will create congestion on Kelowna roadways: resident

At least one Kelowna resident is unhappy with the proposed relocation of Costco within the city

“I thought, enough is enough”: B.C. teen takes on bullies through social media

‘I thought, enough is enough. I wanted to try something to stop it.’

World’s largest Indigenous tourism conference hits Kelowna

The Syilx, Nlakápamux and Secwépemc Nations are hosting the 2019 IITC

Audit finds Canada’s fisheries in decline and response lacks urgency

Report says 17 per cent of fish stocks are critically depleted, up from 13.4 per cent in 2018

Small group of Cherry fans protest his firing at Rogers HQ

One sign at the Toronto rally: ‘Rogers cancels Don, we cancel Rogers’

Third man dies after Kamloops hit-and-run

Three men have now died as a result of the fatal collision on Nov. 3

Nearly half of B.C. drivers nervous in winter conditions: BCAA

‘Wait and see’ approach common practice for 32% of B.C. motorists

Autism support dog refused bus access for being a ‘pet’

B.C. grandmother files complaint with TransLink, calls for better awareness of service dogs

Most Read