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A Christmas Journey

Location: California, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
                                                                                                             LOMPOC VALLEY MASTER CHORALE PRESENTS
                                                                                                                              A Christmas Journey
                                          
The Lompoc Valley Master Chorale, under the direction of Kathleen Abrams Hacker will present two holiday concerts: Friday December 14 and Saturday December 15, 2012 at First United Methodist Church 925 North “F” St., Lompoc, CA. 7:30 PM.
 
 A Christmas Journey is a concert that will get you into the swing of the season with an eclectic mix of holiday selections that reminds us all why this is such a wonderful time of year.  Our music will take you to geographical locations and through musical time periods with traditional and popular carols, audience sing-a-longs and so much more and promises to be a musical journey that you will never forget.   
 
There will be solos and ensembles by Chorale members, brass, percussion, flute and organ. Guest instrumentalists include: Lawrence Hill and Colin Hacker-Trumpet, Anna Pierson- French Horn, Bruce Scott – Trombone, Harry Goodnight- Bass Trombone, Brenda Wassenda – Flute and percussion provided by Lompoc High School students.  We also welcome back Dr. Ekaterina Gotsdiner-McMahan as our organist.
 
The Lompoc Valley Master Chorale is celebrating its 21st season in the Lompoc Valley and is under the direction of Kathleen Abrams Hacker and the piano accompanist is Maida Ratcliff
                                                                                                                               www.lvmasterchorale.org  
 
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