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The Lorain Historical Society and Choral Spectrum present

An Uncommonly Beautiful Christmas

Traditional Carols Rarely Heard
Directed by Dr. Ted S. Williams
Concert Dates:
Sunday, December 10 at 3 pm
Friday, December 15 at 7 pm
Lorain Historical Society Carnegie Center
329 W. 10th St., Lorain, OH   44052
General Admission $20, includes:
Dessert Buffet immediately following the concert

Choral Spectrum, one of northern Ohio's premier chamber choirs, in collaboration with the Lorain Historical Society, will present their December concerts of less familiar Christmas carols.

Centuries of singing about the miracle of Christmas have produced a wealth of carols from all parts of the world that are very traditional and well-known but rarely heard in modern America.  Some of the best choral composers have revisited these uncommon carols and made these gems into beautiful arrangements.  Choral Spectrum will bring these carols to light in this performance.

Choral Spectrum is an auditioned chamber choir of approximately 24 singers from communities across northern Ohio, rehearsing on Monday nights at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.  Under the direction of Dr. Ted S. Williams, the choir specializes in performing traditional music of lasting worth.

For more information, please call Dr. Williams at 440-669-0339.

Limited seating available, thus
reservations must be made in advance.
Proceeds from this concert will benefit
Choral Spectrum and the Lorain Historical Society

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