Maybe This Christmas
An afternoon of festive choral music will commemorate a significant milestone—the 60th anniversary of the Charlottetown Legion Choir. Maybe This Christmas, a musical journey that traverses the past six decades, will capture the seasonal essence of each era. The choir will perform a mix of sacred and secular songs under the direction of Travis Boudreau, accompanied by Leo Marchildon on keyboard and a five-piece wind ensemble. The first concert will be at St Paul’s in Charlottetown on December 3. A week later, on December 10, the choir will be joined by Georgetown Elementary School band and choral students, and their music director Shanae Rogers, at Kings Playhouse in Georgetown. Both performances will start at 2:30 pm. Each afternoon will unfold as a tapestry, woven with the threads of nostalgic tunes and contemporary compositions. The students will add to the festive environment at the Playhouse by contributing their art works on seasonal themes. All are invited to a reception following each concert with a variety of light food supplied by choir members at no additional cost. Tickets are available from choir members, Georgetown Elementary School, and charlottetownlegionchoir.ca/general-5/.