The Volare Tenors perform at Central Heights Church in Abbotsford on Dec. 14, along with the Mayday Club Youth Choir.

The Volare Tenors perform at Central Heights Church in Abbotsford on Dec. 14, along with the Mayday Club Youth Choir.

Volare Tenors’ concert in Abbotsford supports disaster relief fund

Performance on Tuesday, Dec. 14 includes Mayday Club Youth Choir

A percentage of ticket sales from a concert in Abbotsford featuring the Volare Tenors and the Mayday Club Youth Choir will go to the Abbotsford Disaster Relief Fund.

The concert takes place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 14 at Central Heights Church, 1661 McCallum Rd.

The Volare Tenors’ A Not so Silent Night features a fusion of opera and pop and presents vocals in their original arrangements.

The trio presents classics such as O Holy Night, I’ll be Home for Christmas, Santa Baby, First Noel and All I want for Christmas. The classically trained tenors also present choreographed pieces.

The concert also includes Abbotsford’s Mayday Club Youth Choir, which is made up of young people affected by autism and other neurodiversities.

RELATED: Mayday Club Youth Choir: A place to belong for kids with autism and other challenges

The Volare Tenors – Kaden Forsberg, Taylor Fawcett and Laren Steppler – in 2020 produced two EPs (self-titled and Christmas).

Their recordings feature harmony, high notes, and vocal/instrumental arrangements created and performed by the Volare Tenors themselves and/or other Canadian musicians and composers.

In accordance with B.C. health guidelines, all patrons are required to present proof of double vaccination and must remain masked for the duration of the event.

Tickets are $30 and are available at volaretenors.com.

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