Christmas with A Touch of Brass

Quintet returns to South Surrey for a seasonal concert.

The quintet A Touch of Brass performs in South Surrey Dec. 23.

Christmas with A Touch of Brass marks the return of a seasonal favourite, Friday, Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, 2350 148 St.

The stellar brass quintet, led by Tapestry Music proprietor David Sabourin on tuba, features Tom Shorthouse and Jim Littleford (trumpets), Jeremy Berkman (trombone) and Ben Kinsman (French Horn); all members of the Vancouver Symphony and Vancouver Opera orchestras.

Also featured will be the Kwantlen University Brass Ensemble.

Tickets ($20, $15 students and seniors, $5 children 12 and under) are available at Tapestry Music and at the door.

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