11 Mar 2017

Sing Along Messiah

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Please come and join us this Good Friday for our Sing Along Messiah. Our celebrated organist, Bruce Nasmith, will be directing our choir, guest soloists and a chamber ensemble in this classic and time-honoured Easter tradition with a reception during intermission.

Only $20.00 for Regular Admission or $15.00 for Seniors and Students. Bring your own Handel score to sing from and save $3.00

Make it a date on Friday, April 14th, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m and enjoy this outstanding celebration of music and song.

Armour Heights Presbyterian Church

105 Wilson Avenue  416-485-4000

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