Folsom Lake Symphony Holiday Concert Features Choral Society

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The Folsom Lake Symphony Holiday Concert is sure to be spectacular, presented at the Jill Solberg Performing Arts Theater, Folsom High School.

There are two performances, the first on Saturday evening, the second a repeat performance as a Sunday Matinee.

With Maestro Michael Neumann conducting, a performance by dancers from the Folsom Lake Civic Ballet and Guest Conductor Paul Allen presenting The Valley Choral Society, we are sure to be enthralled.

Choral – with Valley Choral Society Paul Allen, Conductor

  • Wilberg – Carol to the King
  • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J. S. Bach
  • The Heavens are Telling (from “The Creation”) – Haydn
  • Gloria (from Mass in G) – Schubert
  • Ose Shalom – Leavitt
  • Trinidad Carol – Wilberg
  • Hallelujah (from the Messiah) – Handel
  • O Holy Night – Rutter
  • Hallelujah (from the Oratorio Mount of Olives) Beethoven

    Deirdre Hawkins, Director of the Folsom Civic Ballet, presents Dance Soloists forformin highlights from Nutcracker Ballet, with Michael Neumann, Conducting the Orchestra.

  • Act. I – Marche
  • Act. II – Divertissements – Chocolat, Cafe, Tea, Trepak,
  • Mirlitons

  • Waltz of the Flowers
  • Variation 1 – Tarantella
  • Variation 2 – Danse de la fee dragee

    The Saturday evening Holiday Concert begins at 7:30pm, December 20, 2008, at the beautiful Folsom High School Theater. The Sunday Matinee Concert begins at 3pm on Sunday.

    Tickets are still available, see the website: www.folsomsymphony.com

    Holiday Concert – Saturday, December 20, 2008

    Saturday, December 20, 2008 at 7:30 PM

    Folsom High School Theater

    1655 Iron Point Road

    (Parking access at 1901 Prairie City Road)

    Folsom, CA 95630

    Phone: (916) 983-4277

    Website: www.folsomsymphony.com

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