Surrey native Ingrid Mapson returns this Sunday to perform as part of the Vespers in the Valley series at Northwood United Church.

Jazz up your Sunday

Singer Ingrid Mapson featured at Dec. 7 concert in Surrey.

The last Vespers in the Valley concert of the year takes place this Sunday in Surrey.

The performance Dec. 7 at Northwood United Church features jazz singer Ingrid Mapson, who will be joined by Miles Black on piano and guitar, Andrew Millar on drums and Graham Clark playing bass.

Mapson, a mezzo-soprano who grew up in Surrey and is now based in 100 Mile House, has toured with gospel groups in Western Canada and the U.S., and has had roles with Theatre Under the Stars and performed on the VANOC Olympic stage. Her most recent accolade was being selected as a finalist for Canada’s Got Talent.

The Vespers in the Valley series takes place monthly. The next concert is on Jan. 11 and features the Jennifer Hodge Allstars.

The Dec. 7 concert begins at 4 p.m. and admission is by donation. Northwood United is located at 8855 156 St.

For more information, visit www.northwood-united.org

 

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