Cindy and Nicole Taylor have teamed up for a final Christmas Cantata performance and are looking for singers to participate in a mass choir.

Taylors hope to amass a huge choir for Christmas

Mother and daughter duo Cindy Taylor and Nicole Taylor will be teaming together for this final Christmas Cantata performance

Cindy Taylor, Choir Director of the C.R. United Church is inviting singers to participate in a mass choir production of Night of the Father’s Love, a Christmas Musical for Choir with Narration – (in composer Pepper Choplin’s own words) – “to create a fresh telling of the Christmas Story that is worshipful and beautiful.”

Mother and daughter duo, choir director Cindy Taylor and pianist Nicole Taylor, will be teaming together for this final Christmas Cantata performance in a celebration of their many years of musically working together at the Campbell River United Church.

This invitation to participate in the mass choir is for anyone from the community to join with the members of the C.R. United Church, Trinity Presbyterian Church, and St. Peter’s Anglican Church to form the mass choir.

All who wish to participate in this exciting event are asked to come to a meeting on Sunday Sept. 23 at 7 p.m at the C.R. United Church, 415 Pinecrest Road.

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