At 7:00 p.m. on Monday, December 7 the men of the Niagara Gateway Harmony chorus, under the direction of Joy Brunel, will present their tenth annual free Benefit Concert, Go Tell It on the Mountain at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, 135 Livingston Avenue in Grimsby. As always, admission to the concert is free but we are asking our patrons to bring non-perishable food items for the Grimsby Benevolent Fund’s Food Bank and / or to make a monetary donation to West Niagara Second Stage Housing.
In addition to the Niagara Gateway Harmony chorus, guest performers will include an a cappella ensemble from Great Lakes Christian High School in Beamsville; Station Break, a mixed barbershop quartet; the Smithville Christian High School choir; singer Zandréa Kaye-Duchesneau with Brian Hermanson; and the stylings of popular local guitarist Zach Preston, accompanied by Laura Varela.
Niagara Gateway Harmony chorus is especially grateful to each guest performer who graciously donates their time and talent to our concert. We sing because we love to and are privileged to be able to do so and we are proud that, over the past nine years, we have been able to help GBF’s food bank collect over a tonne of food while, at the same time, raising nearly $15,000 to assist local charities.
But it is the generosity of our patrons that enables us to assist those at a time of year when help is needed most. Please join us for an evening of musical entertainment and know that you will be helping your community as well.