The Sweeney Singers hold a Christmas concert in Abbotsford on Thursday, Dec. 20.

Sweeney Singers host Christmas concert

Performance on Dec. 20 at St. James Church in Abbotsford

The Sweeney Singers host an evening of Christmas music on Thursday Dec. 20.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church, 2777 Townline Rd.

This year’s program will include jazz, classical, spiritual and contemporary selections that celebrate the Christmas season.

“We love to explore different musical styles and appreciate our audience’s eclectic tastes,” says artistic director Janet Sweeney.

“Our goal has always been to bring joy to our listeners through music.”

The Sweeney Singers have been performing for more than 30 years in Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley.

Over the years, the singers have consisted of a combination of 12 cousins from two families.

Admission to the concert is by donation to the Bakerview Music Academy. Visit www.sweeneysingers.com for more information.

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