Out in Harmony is inspired by Canadians

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Out in Harmony, Vancouver’s LGBTQ and friends choir celebrates this land of mountains, moose and Mounties at its upcoming concert.

Out in Harmony presents Eh? The Can Con-certWith much to celebrate about our country’s diversity – beyond our obsession with hockey and extreme weather conditions – Out in Harmony presents Eh? The Can Con-cert, an evening of music written and/or arranged by Canadians.

From Tommy Roberts’ British Columbia folk song “The Grand Hotel” to the barbershop delight of “Winter in Saskatchewan” and Marc Levoine’s French love song “Le Pont Mirabeau,” the evening is destined to be an eclectic mix of songs from across this land and across the decades.

Out in Harmony, formerly known as the Vancouver Lesbian & Gay Choir, was originally founded in 1990 and welcomes people of all genders, orientations, and levels of ability who want to sing together in the community.

Out in Harmony presents Eh? The Can Con-cert
19 January 2013 at 7:30pm
Central Presbyterian Church, 1155 Thurlow Street, Vancouver

$15 tickets ($10 concession) are available at the door, from Little Sister’s Book Emporium, or through choir members. Visit http://outinharmony.org for more information.

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