Kalamazoo Children’s Chorus Making It Sound Like Christmas; Alumni Invited
If unseasonably warm weather is making it hard to get in a holiday mood, the Kalamazoo Children's Chorus aims to change that.
If you are looking for a family friendly seasonal activity this weekend to get everyone in the holiday spirit, the plan on seeing the Kalamazoo Children's Chorus this Sunday, December 13th.
Make A Joyful Noise unites the four Milwood Choirs of the Kalamazoo Children's Chorus for a traditional holiday concert.
In a release, The Kalamazoo Children's Chorus says "Since 1980, the Kalamazoo Children's Chorus has been stomping out the Scrooge, wiping out the Grinch and spreading good cheer with the warmth of a glorious December holiday concert. The East Side Choir, along with KCC kids from Christmas past, will take to the stage in a grand finale that will melt every humbugs heart!"
"We have a long-standing tradition of inviting KCC alumni to take the stage and sing with us at the end of the holiday concert," said Artistic Director Fred Sang. "But this year is our 35th-season and I want to personally invite everyone to come back! After 35-years, that's a lot of people. I hope the stage is big enough!"
Sang explained that "The season theme, the Music of Life, was chosen to honor the last 35-years. We are thanking the Kalamazoo community for its unwavering support throughout the year, by revisiting some old KCC favorites."
Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased at the door before the concert when the Chenery Box Office opens at 2pm.