Join the Ambiance Singers this May for a memorable benefit concert featuring a variety of musical styles including show tunes, jazz, pop, gospel, and swing.
Proceeds from the sale of tickets for this year’s concert will assist the Journey Neighbourhood Centre, which is committed to bringing hope and transformation to the Ardglen/Orenda communities of Brampton. The Centre provides support to children, youth, and families as they take positive steps in their lives.
This year’s special guest is Ori Dagan, an award-winning jazz singer, songwriter and recording artist known for his rich baritone voice. Dagan’s critically acclaimed releases S’Cat Got My Tongue (2009), and Less Than Three <3 (2012) have allowed him to gain popularity around the globe among jazz enthusiasts.
The Ambiance Singers are an ensemble of 20 to 25 women that had its start in the 1980’s as a mixed community choir. The group evolved into an all-female ensemble that initially performed its annual charity concerts in the Cooksville United Church hall. In 1999, the Ambiance Singers began performing their concerts at the Living Arts Centre. The group sings under the direction of Danny McErlain who also provides piano accompaniment.
Enjoy In Concert with The Ambiance Singers at the RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, May 5 at 8 p.m. Tickets $37.50. Log on to livingartscentre.ca for information.
The Ambiance Singers welcome new members who share the love of song and can both read and memorize music. Contact Carol Walker, president, at 905-274-4833 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.