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Blairsville GA - North Georgia Chamber Symphony Holiday Concert

North Georgia Chamber Symphony Holiday Concert

North Georgia Chamber Symphony Holiday Concert

Come have some fun with us as we kick off the 2019 Holiday Season!

We're opening with Mozart's Divertimento in D Major. A string quartet from the orchestra will perform a haunting version of Autumn Leaves arranged by Toru Takemitsu. We are joined by Vonda Darr, principal harpist of the Augusta Symphony, who will play several songs with us including Ralph Vaughan Williams's beautiful Fantasia on Greensleeves and John Rutter's Suite Lyrique. Laurin Smith and Esther Morgan-Ellis will lead the singing on a Puerto Rican carol, a Chanukkah selection, and the Christmas carols from Leroy Anderson's A Christmas Festival.

Please add the concert to your calendar. We look forward to seeing you!

December 06, 2019

Cost: Free



Union County Historical Society and Historic Courthouse
1 Town Square
Blairsville , GA 30512

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Contact: Betty Florence

Phone: 706-867-9444
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