Southern Adventist University Invites Community To Its Annual Christmas Celebrations

Tuesday, November 19, 2019
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- photo by Holst Photography

Southern Adventist University invites the public to three free concerts celebrating this special time of year.

Review for the performances: 

Dec. 3 Christmas Celebration
Celebrate the Christmas season with Southern Adventist University on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Iles P.E. Center. Visitors will be serenaded with live Christmas music while enjoying refreshments, before sitting down for a delightful performance by Danú, an award-winning Irish folk band, presenting “An Emerald Isle Christmas.”

Dec. 7 Christmas Concert: Wind Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, Ringtones, Steel Band
Join Southern’s School of Music on Dec. 7 as the Wind Symphony, Jazz Ensemble, Ringtones, and Steel Band perform holiday selections fitting for the season. These will include works such as Ian McDougall’s “Bells;” Victor Hely Hutchinson’s “A Carol Symphony, mvt. 1;” Chip Davis’ “Stille Nact;” and Delvyn Case’s “Rocket Sleigh.” The concert will begin at 8 p.m. in the Iles P.E. Center.

Dec. 14 Christmas Concert: Symphony Orchestra, Choral Ensembles, Brass Choir
The final School of Music concert of 2019 will feature Southern’s Symphony Orchestra, choral ensembles, and the Collegedale Brass Choir presenting works on the theme “News of Great Joy.” Under the direction of Laurie Redmer Cadwallader and Gennevieve Brown-Kibble, the student performers will present holiday selections and invite the audience to join in the fun. The concert will be held in the Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists on Dec. 14 at 4 p.m.

For more details, visit southern.edu/musicevents or call the School of Music at 236-2880.



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