Celebrating 30 years of Christmas at the Cathedral
Portland Brass Quintet
Christopher Pelonzi, organist
Director’s Notes, Robert Russell: Our concerts in December mark the 30th anniversary of Christmas at the Cathedral. Five years ago we commissioned Kevin Siegfried to compose Vidimus Stellam in celebration of our 25th Christmas concert. Kevin has added a sixth movement to this beautifully expressive work, scored for brass quintet and mixed chorus, which we invite you to enjoy in the company of our traditional seasonal works and Ola Gjeilo’s sublimely beautiful Serenity, a setting of the most widely composed Latin Christmas text, O magnum mysterium (O great mystery that animals should see the Lord born in a manger).
Christmas with ChoralArt: a stellar brass quintet, the resonant sounds of pipe organ, and the glorious voices of the ChoralArt Singers. Many concert patrons say their holiday begins in the first weekend in December with ChoralArt’s presentation of Christmas at the Cathedral. Sublime singing, a candlelit Silent Night, the roar of Widor’s Toccata from Cathedral organist Christopher Pelonzi, and your opportunity to sing seasonal carols with the ChoralArt Singers. Come, join us!
In Advance: Premium $37 / Regular $25
At Door, if available: Premium $42 / Regular $30
In Advance: Premium $15 / Regular $10
At Door, if available: Premium $20 / Regular $15
Kids 12 & Under: Free (Ticket reservation required)
Dec. 2, Noon Dress Rehearsal tickets* (general seating): Adult $15, Students $5, Kids 12 and Under Free
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