Welcome in the holidays with music and singing this year. We are so excited to have joined forces with the acclaimed National Philharmonic Singers to bring you holiday concerts guaranteed to get you and yours in the mood for the holidays.
On the program is "Alleluia," by popular American composer Eric Whitacre, as well as Christmas classics by John Rutter and Shaw-Parker, "Christmas Day" by Gustav Holst, and the wonderful "Christmas Concerto" by Corelli.
The concert concludes with favorite carols by the choir including "Stille Nacht" and the ever-popular "Carol Sing" with the Twelve Days of Christmas.
The National Philharmonic Singers, conducted by Stan Engebretson and Victoria Gau, is a chamber choir and one of several performing ensembles of the National Philharmonic, which is in residence at the Music Center at Strathmore. As such, it promotes works suited for smaller ensembles, whether with accompaniment or a cappella. Its repertoire ranges from 15th to 21st centuries, and it often premieres new compositions by local composers.