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"A Very Forte Christmas” ringed down the aisles and reflected the true meaning of Christmas
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - With power, grace and professionalism, Forte Men’s Choir performed classic Christmas songs, along with lesser-known gems, to a captured audience at the Summerside Presbyterian Church on Sunday afternoon.
A portion of the admission from the concert will go to Presbyterian World Service and Development, which has been working with partners at home and afar to help communities overcome poverty, recover from emergency situations and provide hope for the vulnerable.
The holiday concert that brought the sounds of the season, called "A Very Forte Christmas”, included readings and audience sing-alongs, reflected on the meaning of Christmas, while all wrapped in the warmth of male voices.