Towne and Country Players, Inc. is hosting the concert at St. Mary Church, 38 W. League St., at 3 p.m. Dec. 10.
Tickets are $12 in advance or at the door. Sponsorships begin at $30 and include two V.I.P. tickets and a business or personal listing in the program. Wheelchair space is sold out, but seating is available and can be reserved by calling 419-668-0637 for tickets and sponsorships. The box office will open at 2:15 the day of the concert and seating will begin at 2:30 sharp. Those with wheelchair tickets are asked to enter the church from the new northside ramped entrance for immediate seating.
Walsh University, located in North Canton, has been acknowledged as one of the better music departments in Ohio. Britt Cooper is the choir conductor, promising music from Handel’s “Messiah” as well as familiar concert arrangements of “Carol of the Drums,” “The Little Drummer Boy,” “Noel” and songs from around the world. The ensemble recently performed in Rome as well as at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City.
Mark Widman, Towne and Country vice president, invites the community to come and be inspired as we celebrate the “Reason for the Season” and our city with its wonderful history.
The next event in Towne and Country’s Season 52 is “The Men of Independence” concert during St. Patrick’s Day weekend. That will be at 3 p.m. March 18 at the McCormick School Theatre in Huron, the original home of the BGSU Summer Theater.
The 50-voice male chorus will present music from Broadway to barbershop and some Irish shenanigans too. The “Men” recently competed at the Hollywood Casino-Hotel in Las Vegas and won 14th place out of 740 male choruses from around the world. Tickets are $15 and may be ordered by calling 419-668-0637.
IF YOU GO
What: Walsh University presents “Christmas Glorious” concert
Where: St. Mary Church, 38 W. League St.
When: 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10