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Tuesday November 27th, 2012

Posted at 10:00am

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A Windsor Christmas tradition since 1976 returns this Sunday. A Festival of Christmas is a celebration of choral music sung by the University Singers and Chamber Choir.

This year’s delights range from Mel Torme’s The Christmas Song, Ralph Vaughn Williams’ Magnificat, to the spiritual Mary Had a Baby and even a Gaelic Carol Taladh Chriosda sung in Gaelic and much more.

The concert will feature 92 voices of the University Singers, directed by Dr. Bradley Bloom, and the heavenly Chamber Choir, directed by Prof. Richard Householder, accompanied by woodwinds, brass, drums and bells, piano, violin and string bass. Enjoy a concert of Christmas music and be prepared to join the Carol-Sing-Along.

The concert takes place at 3pm at Assumption Church. Tickets are $10 for adults/seniors and $5 students with ID.

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