Shasta College Chorale sings ‘Christmas in the Southwest’

The Shasta College Chorale will be giving a special “Christmas in the Southwest” performance this holiday season featuring music with a distinctive Hispanic origin. One performance only will be held on Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Shasta College theatre. The choirs will be assisted by harpist Candace LiVolsi, guitarist Sage Mitchell, and percussionist Jack Fogliasso. Sage Mitchell will perform several solo works for classical guitar. The local choral group “Harmonia” will be appearing at this concert as special guests.

Savor the authentic flavor of the American Southwest this holiday season with the Chorale’s moving rendition of Conrad Susa’s collection of carols.  “Carols and Lullabies” will feature various carols of the diverse peoples of Hispanic origin including the carols of Mexico, and those from various regions of Spain. The program will be conducted by Elizabeth Waterbury, D.M.A., accompanied by Ellen Southard on piano.

Tickets are available at the door, and through the college website arts. General admission is $8.00, students (with student ID) and senior admission is $5.00.

For further information, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Waterbury, Director of Choral Programs, at 530-242-2367.

-from press release
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