Rainier Youth Choirs to present holiday concert Dec. 3 in Kent

‘Sing for Peace’ celebration at New Hope Presbyterian Church

Catch the Rainier Youth Choirs Holiday Concert ‘Sing for Peace’ at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3 at New Hope Presbyterian Church in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Kathy Gendreau

Catch the Rainier Youth Choirs Holiday Concert ‘Sing for Peace’ at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3 at New Hope Presbyterian Church in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Kathy Gendreau

Rainier Youth Choirs will present “Sing for Peace,” a celebration of the holiday season, at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3, at New Hope Presbyterian Church, 19800 108th Ave. SE, in Kent.

Four age-level choirs will sing new and familiar festive songs to ring in the holiday season during the free concert.

Selections include a traditional Spanish carol, “A La Nanita Nana,” “The Dinner Bell Carol,” a popular South African tune “Tshotsholoza,” and “Stand in the Light.” Sing-alongs include “Jingle Bells” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.”

The concert concludes with all voices on stage performing “Sing for Peace” by Papoulis and Nunez. This uplifting and inspiring concert is sure to brighten a winter day and showcase outstanding young musicians.

Attending the concert is free, however, donations are accepted at the door or can be made by visiting the website: rainieryouthchoirs.org.

Rainier Youth Choirs is a Kent-based community youth choir serving singers in second through 12th grade. Rehearsals are held throughout the school year. The organization offers a quality music education in addition to developing vocal music skills and building community through friendships.

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