North State Symphony Celebrates the Holidays

North State Symphony continues its “Better Together” season with our annual Holiday Concerts in Chico, Red Bluff and Redding on December 13th, 14th and 15th.

Maestro Scott Seaton conducts a chamber orchestra playing a variety of popular and sacred holiday instrumental and vocal music, including an audience carol sing-along. For a special treat, recently announced Young Artist Audition winner Kevin Anderson (bass baritone) joins the orchestra to share his musical gifts.

“Our Holiday Concerts have become an annual tradition across the North State,” says Scott Seaton, North State Symphony Music Director and Conductor. “We hope you’ll join us as the year draws to a close to reflect, enjoy, and raise our voices together in a spirit of peace and goodwill to all.”

Performances take place on Friday, December 13th at 7:30pm at First Baptist Church in Chico (tickets at the University Box Office or at chicostatetickets.com); Saturday, December 14th at 7:30pm at the State Theatre in Red Bluff (tickets at tehamaconcertseries.org); and Sunday, December 15th at 4pm at All Saints Episcopal Church in Redding (tickets at the Cascade Theatre Box Office or cascadetheatre.org). Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door for all venues.

Generous community support for North State Symphony is provided by Season Sponsor Dignity Health. In Redding, the Holiday Concert is sponsored by Red Emmerson and Maria Escosa Emmerson, Mr. Anderson is sponsored by Gary and Patty Mullett, and Mr. Seaton is sponsored by Robert Maxey and Margaret Brennan Maxey. The Red Bluff Holiday Concert is made possible through the support of the Tehama County Concert Association.

North State Symphony (www.northstatesymphony.org) is a professional orchestra dedicated to achieving excellence in musical performance and educational opportunities, while engaging and shaping the cultural life of Northern California.

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