Our own series of presentations started tonight at Oakland's Cathedral of Christ the Light. No rain, no traffic jams, sold out audience. What more could we ask for for Christmas!
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We have now performed our new Christmas program in Washington DC, Manassas, VA and Chicago. Audiences are in the spirit, and so are we! having the weather cooperate with our travel, is a big plus.We're now in New York for two concerts at our new home here, St. Ignatius Loyola,as well as one in Westport, CT at Christ and Holy Trinity Church.
Meanwhile our Music Director Designate, Fred Scott, was interviewed by Georgia Public Broadcasting in preparation for the broadcast of our Christmas show which we'll be taping at St. Ignatius.
Also meanwhile on the West Coast, in San Francisco and environs, LAB XIII is caroling like crazy. Ben Johns reports:
There are two more caroling events for LAB XII this weekend, including a third appearance at Davies Symphony Hall on Sunday. The season is in full swing!"
We went to WFMT in Chicago today prior to the first of two concerts at Fourth Presbyterian: one of our enduring Christmas traditions thanks to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. WFMT put lots of pictures up on their website as we prepared.
We'll be recording for American Public Media in the next few days; that broadcast should reach you soon.
Our new home for Christmas in New York is the beautiful St. Ignatius Loyola at 83rd and Park Avenue. Information is on the St. Ignatius site at www.smssconcerts.org. We wanted you to know that tickets have just gone on sale: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/407654
Concerts are on December 8 at 4pm, and December 9 at 7pm. One 90 minute concert each evening.
We are thrilled about our new New York home, and can't wait to see you there.