A Feast of Carols Returns Dec. 10

MEDIA CONTACT:
Erica Vanstone
215.735.9922
erica@mcchorus.org

Amanda Schkeeper
Executive Director
215.735.9922
amanda@mcchorus.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 1, 2016

A Feast of Carols Returns to St. Paul’s Episcopal

PHILADELPHIA, PA–Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia (MCC) is thrilled to return to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill for our annual holiday performance. On December 10 at 5pm, MCC’s signature seasonal program, A Feast of Carols, will blend global holiday music with beloved sing-along carols!

“This concert is always one of my favorites,” says MCC Artistic Director Paul Rardin. “The music moves continuously throughout the beautiful St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, and ranges from classical highlights such as Bach’s joyous Ehre sei Gott to popular selections, including Bruce Saylor’s thrilling arrangement of Go Tell It on the Mountain. The brilliance of the brass and organ, and the richness of the audience joining their voices to ours for traditional carols, make this concert a true highlight!”

Help us sing in the holidays with A Feast of Carols, including Michael Stairs on organ and the Mendelssohn Brass on accompaniment. Then, join us for our family-friendly event, The Glorious Sound of Christmas at the Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall, December 15-17. MCC will sing more holiday favorites–this time with the Philadelphia Orchestra as conducted by Thomas Wilkins, Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra,

Tickets for A Feast of Carols are available online now! General seating is $32; VIP is $42 and student tickets can be purchased with a current ID for $20. Or, purchase one of our Season Subscription and save on all of our self-produced events: Feast of the CarolsAmerican Stories, and Honegger’s King David!

About Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia: Founded in 1874, Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia performs choral music to create a shared transcendent experience among its singers and audiences. Through the excellence of its adventurous performances, Mendelssohn Club advances the development of choral music as an art form.

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