The Greeley Chorale is set to present its holiday medley concert on Dec. 8.
The Chorale will perform Hearthside Holiday at 7:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 917 10th Ave.
“Regardless of your cultural background, the Greeley Chorale will present a program of winter holiday music that will make you feel all warm inside, just like sitting hearthside,” Chorale music director/conductor Galen Darrough said in a news release.
The concert will feature “Gloria” by John Rutter with accompaniments from the Greeley Philharmonic and the University of Northern Colorado.
The Chorale will premier “Bethlehem” by Greeley resident and Pops & Pasta “Superconductor” auction winner Alice Zack. They will also present classics like Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas.”
Shawsheen Elementary School’s Thunderbird Singers will join the Chorale for several numbers.
The concert is sponsored by Davie McBride, Sheryl McBride and Jim DeMersseman. The Chorale receives an annual appropriation from the state and a federal grant through the National Endowment for the Arts. The Tribune also contributes to the group.
For tickets, contact the Union Colony Civic Center ticket office at (970) 356-5000, (800) 315-ARTS. Tickets can also be purchased on the Chorale’s website at www.greeleychorale.org.