CSCC Music Department Presents Holiday Concert

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
The Vocal Rhapsody Ensemble of Cleveland State Community College will present a concert celebrating the holiday season on Sunday at 3 p.m. in the George R. Johnson Cultural Heritage Center. 

The celebration will include many different styles and types of music. Some of the songs include “Rhythm of Rejoicing,” Christmas spiritual “Whisper, Whisper,” John Rutter’s “I Wish You Christmas,” Pentatonix’s “White Winter Hymnal” and alumni will be invited to come sing “March of the Kings,” with Vocal Rhapsody at the opening of the concert.  

Solos will include “Gesu  Bambino/O Holy Night,” “All I Want for Christmas is You,” “Una Furtiva Lagrima,” “The Gift Goes On” and others.

Both choirs are under the direction of Karen Dale, associate professor of music.
According to Ms. Dale, “The students are excited about sharing their music with family, friends and the community.  The concert is free, and we hope that everyone will come and help us celebrate the conclusion of a successful semester of study.”

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