- Everyone will use a black 3-ring binder during the concert. The choir will look very good in the photographs if everyone co-operates. Choir members supply their own binders, visitors use a binder which the music librarian provides.
- As soon as the concert ends, everyone in the choir files down to a pew designated for choir-music returns, leaves his or her entire binder, and walks away quickly. The music library team will check in all the scores and return the choir’s binders at the next rehearsal. (We will not be able to return visitor binders quickly. That is why visitors will use binders borrowed from us.)
- Concert dress for men is a tux or black suit (or extremely dark suit), white shirt, red tie, black shoes and socks. Women wear all black clothes, and add red or white accents (scarves, jewelry, shoes, hair ornaments). Women may wear long dresses or a blouse with long skirt or a blouse with long pants. Women’s attire should have three-quarter or long sleeves. No sleeveless tops, no short sleeves. Skirts must be well below the knee.
Concert: December 11, 2020, 4 p.m.
Choir call is 3:00 p.m. in the music room
Choir songs during the first half:
Processional for Christmas by Benjamin Harlan
Brother Heinrichs Christmas by John Rutter
Angels We Have Heard on High arr. Julian Wachner
See Amid the Winters Snow arr. Dan Forrest
Some Children See Him arr. Jay Dausch
Hallelujah by Handel
Choir songs during the second half:
Its the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Joy to the World arr. Antony Baldwin
Hallelujah a Soulful Celebration