Maine Music Society Heritage Holidays Concert
Name: Maine Music Society Heritage Holidays Concert
Date: December 9, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST
On December 8 and 9 at the Gendron Franco Center, the Maine Music Society Chorale will present its traditional Heritage Holidays concert. This year the 60-member Chorale will focus on Christmas carols and Chanukah songs from around the world. Imagine the sounds of favorites like “Silent Night,” “Y’mei Chanukah” and “Our Master, Lord Jesus” each sung in its intriguing original language. While the majority of the songs will be in English, you’ll hear well-known and beautiful melodies in French, German, Polish, Hebrew, Spanish, and Latin but, not to worry, translations will be provided. Keeping with tradition, the concert will end with everyone joining in to sing a round of festive Christmas carols. Celebrating our heritage with the Maine Music Society Chorale has become a beloved tradition in the L/A area, and you won’t want to miss this highlight of the concert season. There’ll be music for everyone guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit. Come usher in your holiday joy with this extraordinary seasonal event! For a preview of what’s in store, listen in to John Corrie and Susan Trask on 105.5’s Breakfast Club on Tuesday, December 4, at 8:00 a.m. Sponsored by: Gleason Media, Liberty Mutual, Maple Way Dental, Androscoggin Bank, Cornerstone Wealth Planning, Paris Farmers Union and Rowe of Auburn. For information about all our upcoming events and to find out who we are, visit our website at www.mainemusicsociety.org or like us on Facebook! MMS supports the artistic and educational activities of the auditioned, volunteer singers of the Maine Music Society Chorale, the Maine Music Society Chamber Singers, and the professional players of the Maine Music Society Orchestra. The Maine Music Society serves Lewiston-Auburn and the area communities by bringing quality performances to the public through artistic excellence, imaginative programming, and educational and youth-oriented activities. The Society is a source of civic pride to the State's second-largest community as a cultural institution that involves regional resident artists and connects area citizens with the broader world of musical art and culture.