The Virginia Choral Society announces its Christmas 2015 concert series. This is our second concert series in our 85th year. In December, under the artistic direction of Ms. Sarah Frook, "Sounds of the Season" will be presented at several churches in Hampton and Newport News. VCS will present several wonderful selections including "Bogoroditse Devo" (Rachmaninoff), "Jingle Bells" (Willcocks), "Ubi Caritas" (Duruflé) and "Hine Ma Tov" (Ginsberg). VCS will join with several high school choirs to highlight our Christmas concerts. Bring the whole family for a delightful Christmas concert.
Four performances have been scheduled as follows:
- Saturday, December 12, 7:30pm, First United Church of Christ, Hampton, VA
With Warhill High School Choir, Brook Niblett, Conductor
- Sunday, December 13, 4:00pm, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Hampton, VA (Matinee)
With Menchville High School Choir, Jennifer Jarrett, Conductor
- Saturday, December 19, 7:30pm, Trinity Lutheran Church, Newport News, VA
With Bayside High School Choir, Corbin Shoup, Conductor
- Sunday, December 20, 4:00pm, Trinity Lutheran Church, Newport News, VA (Matinee)
With Organ Solo Performance, Diane Snider, VCS Accompanist
Individual prices at the door are:
Children under 8 - Free
Seniors (55+), Military, and Students (over 8) - $15
All Others - $18
Advance sale prices are:
Seniors (55+), Military, and Students (over 8) - $12
All Others - $15
TICKET INFORMATION: Advance ticket purchases may be obtained from members of the VCS, at Pro Music and Sound Store (Tabb area), (757) 867-7115 and at the Customer Service Desk at the Peninsula Town Center.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Additional information regarding the Virginia Choral Society is provided on our webpage: www.vachoralsociety.org on the VCS Concert Line at 851-9114.
ABOUT VCS: The Virginia Choral Society (VCS), active since 1931, is the largest continually performing community arts organization on the Peninsula and this concert year will be our 85th. VCS is an IRS 501 (c) 3 code non-profit organization of over 100 singers, sustained by the generosity of grants from Arts Commissions, individual gifts, corporate funding and concert ticket sales.
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