Imagine a night on the town during the holidays, where the streets are lined with beautiful Christmas lights, local cafes are filled with people sipping on delicious hot chocolate, and the Ware Center is filled with the glorious sounds of the season. Take a step back from the holiday rush to enjoy some wonderful performances. Here are some events you can mark your calendars with:
Countertenor Terry Barber “Christmas Presence”
Enjoy Christmas music of the Classical, Traditional, and Contemporary styles as countertenor Terry Barber thrills the audience with this delightful Holiday program. Highlights include Christmas favorites such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of The Year,” “O Holy Night,” “Bereite Dich Zion,” and the inspirational song “Mary, Did You Know”? Terry is joined by concert pianist Johanna Ballou and international viola and violin player, Amy Greenhalgh.
A truly international artist, Terry Barber has been a soloist for the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, Moscow’s Svetlanov Hall, and many other prestigious venues. As a former member of the Grammy-winning group Chanticleer, his voice can be heard on every major record label with a range of artists from Madonna to the London Philharmonic.
This event will occur in Steinman Hall.
All In Time
Join us for this special screening of All in Time. Audience members will be able to view the film in Steinman Hall at the Ware Center which will include a post-screening Q&A with the filmmakers.
Want to make it a night out? Buy the combo ticket for the film & concert at the Chameleon Club after the screening and Q&A.
Film synpopsis: A dramatic comedy about life, love and passion, All In Time tells the story of Charlie who quits a good job to follow his dream of managing his favorite hometown rock band. His supportive girlfriend shares his love for the band, but the band’s guitarist doesn’t share Charlie’s optimism. His attitude derails Charlie’s efforts to bring the band success, sending Charlie into a downward spiral. With some unexpected help from his elderly neighbor and a young intern, Charlie sets off to save his career and his relationship.
Few things conjure up the Christmas spirit better than beloved secular and sacred holiday tunes sung in four part harmony. Red Rose Chorus and Red Rose City Chorus, the men’s and women’s barbershop choruses of Lancaster County, will be presenting a show filled with Christmas cheer, including favorite hymns such as “Mary, Did You Know” and “Silent Night,” and holiday pop songs like “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Silver Bells,” and “Sleigh Ride.” The concert will also feature performances by several chapter quartets and a memorable finale. The show is 105 minutes in length with 2-45 minute acts and a 15 minute intermission.
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