The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra continues its 2012-13 concert series, featuring the LaGrange Symphony Chorus on Dec. 4 with “It’s Beginning to Sound a lot Like Christmas” at 7:30 p.m. in Callaway Auditorium.
Selections include music from “The Nutcracker,” “Brazilian Sleigh Bells” and Leroy Anderson’s iconic piece “Sleigh Ride.” The chorus, led by Debbie Ogle, will join the orchestra to perform Robert Shaw’s “Many Moods of Christmas,” excerpts from Handel’s “Messiah” and other traditional holiday favorites.
“The LaGrange Symphony Chorus has been working hard to prepare for this concert,” said Debbie Ogle, LSC conductor. “I am proud to work with a wonderful group of musicians from across the community. We all are looking forward to sharing the holiday spirit.”
Concertgoers are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in advance from the symphony office by calling 706-882-0662 prior to the day of the concert. Tickets will also be sold, pending availability, at the Callaway Auditorium box office beginning at 7 p.m. the night of the concert. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and concertgoers were encouraged to arrive early.
Adult tickets are $25 for Mezzanine seating and $15 for seats in the orchestra and gallery. Special value seats in the first four rows of the orchestra section are available for $5. All tickets for students sixth grade and older are $5. Children in fifth grade and younger are admitted free with an adult.
For tickets or more information, contact the LSO office at 706-882-0662, email email@example.com or visit www.lagrangesymphony.org.