Agneta Eikelenboom, left, on the cello and Peter Tam on piano. The duo will be performing 45 minutes of classical Christmas music at Open Door Church in support of the Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries. (Contributed)

Classical Christmas concert in support of the Salvation Army in Maple Ridge

Agneta Eikelenboom and Peter Tam will be playing 45 minutes of classical Christmas songs

A classical Christmas concert will be taking place this evening in support of the Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries.

Peter Tam and Agneta Eikelenboom will be performing 45 minutes of classical Christmas music at Open Door Church.

With Tam on piano and Eikelenboom on the cello, patrons can expect to hear carols like O Come, O Come Emmanuel, Ave Maria, Carol of the Bells and an original carol written by Tam himself.

The concert is free but the duo will have a Salvation Army Christmas kettle with them for people to make donations.

This is the last of seven concerts the musicians have played and they are hoping that despite the snow there will be a good turnout.

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at Open Door Church, 11391 Dartford St. in Maple Ridge.

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