Music & Arts Series
Admission is free, with the exception of Marco Panuccio; a freewill offering will be gratefully accepted at each program. We look forward to welcoming you!
MT. LEBANON PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE
Friday, December 5
7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary
Richard T. Minnotte, director
Thirty years ago, Mt. Lebanon Percussion began with 15 high school students, performing one song at the Concert Band’s spring program. Since then, the program has grown to include 175 students in grades 4-12 and features over 15 performances per season.
With eight concert ensembles, four specialty ensembles and the marching percussion section, Mt. Lebanon Percussion has become recognized as one of the premier public school percussion programs in the United States. WQED-FM (Pittsburgh’s NPR station) calls Mt. Lebanon Percussion, “…a success beyond belief.”
O HOLY NIGHT ~ An Afternoon of Holiday Song
Marco Panuccio, tenor
James Burns, collaborative pianist
Sunday, December 7
3:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary
Experience a magical evening sure to bring everyone, young and old, into the holiday season.
The Chicago Tribune describes this Emmy-nominated production as “what a holiday concert should be: beautifully sung, moving, intelligent.”
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General admission: $25
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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Sunday, December 14
7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary
Christine Hestwood, conductor
A Christmas tradition, Westminster’s annual Christmas concert is certain to put you in the seasonal mood, evoking memories of Christmases past and creating new memories for Christmases future. The Cherub, Junior, and Chancel choirs along with the Westminster Ringers, combine to present sounds of the season and music favorites, giving those in audience the opportunity to sing along with some favorite Christmas carols.