Lynne is excited to perform once again with one of America’s favorite musical groups – Mannheim Steamroller. For the first time in several seasons, this multi-platinum selling musical group will be bringing their Christmas show to Detroit.
Founder, composer, drummer and UofM graduate Chip Davis describes this year’s new show:
The First Presbyterian Church of Flint Choir and Chamber Orchestra will present a Feast of Carols concert. This concert will include many beautiful works for choir and instruments by John Rutter, as well as the Magnificat by the Irish composer Charles Villers Stanford. Music Director Mark Riddles will lead the ensemble.
For tickets and directions, visit the First Presbyterian Church of Flint website at http://www.fpcf.org/index.htm
The Grosse Pointe Memorial Church choir and orchestra will present a small concert, featuring selections from some of the most beautiful sacred music written.
The concert, held at 10:15 a.m. (immediately after the 9:00a.m. church service) will feature the following:
- J.S. Bach’s Cantata #140 (“Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme”)
- G.F. Handel’s The Messiah
The Michigan Sinfonietta will accompany the Northville Concert Chorale in a performance of George Frederich Handel’s masterpiece oratorio, The Messiah.
The concert will take place at First Presbyterian Church of Northville, located on Main Street in downtown Northville.
Always a holiday classic, the Flint Symphony, Flint School for the Performing Arts, and Collage Dance Collective present Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker.