Winter Harp, a Christmas masterpiece, is returning this holiday season with their stunningly beautiful show in celebration of winter and Christmas.

Medieval holiday concert, Winter Harp, returns to Chilliwack Cultural Centre Stage

Magical backdrops of cathedrals and wisps of snow set the stage for Winter Harp, a wondrous concert experience set to capture the joy and spirit of the holiday season.

Magical backdrops of cathedrals and wisps of snow set the stage for Winter Harp, a wondrous concert experience set to capture the joy and spirit of the holiday season.

Coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre stage on Dec. 12, Winter Harp comprises a range of outstanding musicians and singers who perform a collection of music ranging from time-honoured carols to Celtic and medieval melodies.

Winter Harp (evokes and creates) beautiful memories. We remember the Christmas trees we decorated, the joy of spending time with loved ones, the anticipation of Christmas morning,” says Winter Harp co-founder and musical director Lori Pappajohn.

Each aspect of Winter Harp’s performance is imbued with passion and drama: original costumes are paired with detailed backdrops, and in combination with the gentle glow of onstage candles, creates a breathtaking experience that transports audiences to the Christmases of past.

With classical harps, drums, temple bells, flutes, violins, fiddles, and an assortment of beautiful ancient and rare instruments, Winter Harp is sure to illuminate everyone’s holiday with a sparkling Christmas atmosphere.

Tickets range from $40 to $45, and can be purchased at the centre box office, online at chilliwackculturalcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW (7469).

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