McLemore Announces Advent Music At The Creag

Diners Invited To Hear 2 Special Performances On Dec. 4 And 18

Monday, November 29, 2021

McLemore is celebrating the Advent season with live music offerings on Saturday, Dec. 4, and Saturday, Dec. 18. The performances will take place at The Creag for those enjoying dinner.  Seatings for dinner performances are 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on both evenings and dinner reservations are required.   

Viva La Strings quartet from Nashville will play traditional advent arrangements by Nicholas Palmer.  The quartet consists of Chuck Callahan and Jacob Tudor on violin, Josee Weigand on viola and Gideon Klein on cello.  The seasoned quartet has been featured with the Nashville Symphony and Nashville Opera, and has also accompanied Dolly Parton, Chris Stapleton, Cage the Elephant, Jewel and many others.

The Biltmore Brass Quintet will travel from Asheville on Dec. 18 to perform at The Creag. The quintet, which is renowned for their annual Christmas performances at the Biltmore House, consists of Bill Ross and Kevin Paul on trumpet, Rienette Davis on trombone, Kermit Solesby on tuba, and Hobart Whitman on French horn. Staples in the Asheville music scene, members of the group hold chairs in the Asheville Symphony, the Blue Ridge Symphony Orchestra and other ensembles.

Executive Vice President of Marketing IV Whitman said, “McLemore is a special place; however, during the holidays, there’s a magical feeling on the mountain.  We look forward to welcoming guests for holiday dinner performances as we mark this special season.”

Reservations for both weekend dinners are required and can be made by visiting Open Table. 

McLemore is at 32 Clubhouse Lane, Rising Fawn, Ga. 30738. For more information, visit: 
 https://www.themclemore.com/.  Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, or Linked In.   



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