It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Sleigh bells ring, coloured lights twinkle along the streets and eggnog hits the shelves. But nothing can inspire child-like wonder as much as live choral music and a traditional holiday story.
You and your family are invited to Roy Thomson Hall on Saturday, December 17 to hear the world-renowned Toronto Children’s Chorus perform their annual holiday concert, this year titled A Child’s Christmas. Stratford Festival actor Geraint Wyn Davies, harpist Judy Loman, the Chorus’ 100-voice Alumni Choir and friends from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will join in this awe-inspiring performance.
Here are the top three reasons why you should mark your calendars for the Toronto Children’s Chorus’s performance on December 17 at Roy Thomson Hall.
1. Sing along to your favourites
The Toronto Children’s Chorus and Alumni Choir will perform holiday classics that you and your family know and love. Songs include “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “The Huron Carol”, among other well-known tunes. Your children (and you) will have a blast singing along during this interactive concert. Lyrics provided!
Stratford Festival actor Geraint Wyn Davies will narrate A Child’s Christmas in Wales, written by poet Dylan Thomas in 1952. This nostalgic tale will resonate with all who have been charmed by the holidays as a young child.
Everyone loves some family savings at this time of year. Purchase four or more tickets and receive a 10 percent discount to one of the most popular family holiday performances in Toronto! (Discounted tickets limited.)
Buy your tickets today to A Child’s Christmas from the Roy Thomson Hall box office by phone 416.872.4255 or online at http://roythomson.com/eventdetail/TorontoChildrensChorus
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