Wings of Joy - City Soul Choir

Friday May 3rd & Saturday May 4th at 7:30 pm

Canadian Memorial Church (15th and Burrard)

Save the date! The City Soul Choir and music director, Karla Mundy, present an evening of music that will move you, ignite your heart, kickstart joy into your being, and get you ready to take flight - Wings of Joy!

Friday May 3, 2024 & Saturday May 4, 2024 at 7:30pm.
Canadian Memorial United Church1806 West 15th Ave, Vancouver, B.C. Corner of 15th and Burrard.
Tickets available online and at the door based on availabilityAdults $30Students & Seniors $25Kids 5 to 10 years old $15Not appropriate for kids under 5Online tickets available SOON!


Would you like to AUDITION for City Soul Choir?

The choir is now full! We will not be auditioning new singers (unless you are a strong tenor!)  If you are interested in auditioning in the future, please email citysoulauditions@gmail.com and visit this page to fill out the application. APPLICATION FOR NEW SINGERS



WATCH

Music video of Brian Tate's 'Take Down These Walls', by Vesta Giles. This video has been selected for the Toronto Film Festival and the Orlando Film Festival!

BRIAN TATE: 10 YEARS OF JOY!

Photo: Diane Smithers


When City Soul Choir sings, an earth-shaking vibration of joy hits the listener. The power and energy of this group of talented musicians is very heavy. 
- Tom Arntzen

What a great evening! Recently, I heard the City Soul Choir, conducted by Brian Tate, in a concert of songs that was both moving and a joy to hear! Brian and Patricia Tate have created in the City Soul Choir one of the most exciting musical programs Vancouver has to offer.
- Leon Bibb

The City Soul Choir has the power to draw you in close...everyday people find their extraordinary voices, and what a pleasure that is to behold. 

 - Marc Lindy, Homegoing Brass Band


Want a taste of City Soul Choir's soul, gospel, pop grooves? Listen . . .

A Tribute to the Queen of Soul.mp3

Hold On, Don't Let Go
People Get Ready

I Learned the Hard Way

The CSC in Oakland! Ready For Joy and Make Me Over.

Photo: Diane Smithers