This year you can attend one of the Minnesota Boychoir Annual Winter Concerts on a few different dates.
This year, dates for the choir’s much-loved holiday performances are:
7:00 pm on Sunday, December 15, at Plymouth Congregational Church, Minneapolis.
1:00 pm on Sunday, January 5 at the Landmark Center, St Paul.
3:30 pm on Sunday, January 5 at the Landmark Center, St Paul.
This year’s seasonal selections include a jazzy arrangement of Deck the Halls by Francisco Nunez and Jim Papoulas; Eric Whitacre’s Glow, from Disney’s World of Color: Winter Dreams show; and This Christmastide by Donald Fraser, creating a powerful moment of remembrance for recently-departed soprano Jessye Norman, for whom it was originally composed.
***Concerts are free, unticketed, and open to the public; freewill donations are welcome. More information about all of their events can be found on the website here. The Minnesota Boychoir, founded in 1962, is a model organization for the training, education and performance of young voices. The organization’s 150 singers ages 6-18 come from more than forty communities throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Welcoming boys and young men of all races, religions, ethnicities, national origins, physical abilities and sexual orientations, the Minnesota Boychoir develops responsible, caring, creative young people capable of becoming productive citizens with a passion for music and community service.
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