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The Corpus Christi Male Choral is a very powerful vocal group who played a variety of Christmas songs to raise money for the Mustard Seed. Legacy Kitchens was a major sponsor of this event. Steve Bell is an exponential singer, with Billboard Magazine calling Steve “a Canadian musical treasure.” Definitely a Canadian treasure, Steve is a devoted artist to music and his faith, producing fifteen albums as a Canadian independent artist, and has a won a host of Canadian music awards, including two JUNO awards. Steve Bell apologized to the audience for the quality of his voice for the evening’s concert, but as with every concert I have been to of his, his vocal quality was amazing. His performance was rich, and emotionally compelling, Steve painted beautiful journeys surrounding the theme of Christmas to the audience, with heartwarming bellows and a cheerful composure. Speaking briefly to give context to the audience of his upcoming songs, a truly memorable performance was given surrounding the question, “What ever happened to the Three Kings?” Steve’s original composition spoke of love, compassion and joy, and was sung with fantastic energy. The song that closed his slot in the concert also included two accompanying viola and violin, adding a most fantastic and complementary addition to the warmth of Steve Bell’s voice. Click thumbnail to view image.
The Corpus Christi Male Choral is a very powerful vocal group who played a variety of Christmas songs to raise money for the Mustard Seed. Legacy Kitchens was a major sponsor of this event.
This concert was to raise money for the Mustard Seed and it was a packed house. “Music for a Winter Evening,” in its 10th annual Christmas fundraising concert, was performed by the wonderful Corpus Christi Male Choral and guest star, Juno award winning artist Steve Bell. The Foothills Brass Quintet played in the lobby, from the “the loft” and on stage. Click thumbnail to view image.