The Sweeney Singers host a Christmas concert on Dec. 18 in Abbotsford.

Sweeney Singers host What Sweeter Music

Christmas concert on Dec. 18 at St. James Church in Abbotsford

Abbotsford’s Sweeney Singers are present a Christmas concert on Monday, Dec. 18 at St. James Catholic Church (2777 Townline Rd.).

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and is titled What Sweeter Music.

Audiences continually applaud this group for their versatile singing and variety of musical styles from classical to jazz performed with a fine blend of four-part harmony.

The concert features well-known Christmas favourites complemented by contemporary new arrangements in the sacred atmosphere and excellent acoustics of St. James Church.

Admission is by donation, with proceeds going to Food for the Hungry (fhcanada.org)

Contact Janet Sweeney at 604-856-7765 or visit www.sweeneysingers.com for more information.

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