Voices Of Lee Has Sounds Of Christmas Concert Dec. 13

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Lee University’s a cappella ensemble Voices of Lee will present its Sounds of Christmas concert, featuring both sacred and secular a capella Christmas selections, on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. in the Lee University Chapel. 

Since its debut in fall of 1994, the Voices of Lee’s intense musical focus has captivated audiences worldwide, including national recognition on NBC’s debut season of the “SING-OFF.”

This season the Voices of Lee will perform 20 Christmas concerts in various U.S. cities. This evening is an opportunity to bring this music to the Cleveland community as a holiday gift. 

Admission to Sounds of Christmas is free of charge, but tickets are required due to limited seating. To reserve tickets, call 614-8320 or email lboyd@leeuniversity.edu.

For more information on Voices of Lee, visit http://voicesoflee.com/.

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