Angels and Stars Lead to the Manger
The Hartford Community Chorus will present their 55th Christmas Concert entitled, “Angels and Stars Lead to the Manger.” Concert dates are Saturday December 5th at 7:30 pm, Holy Hill, Hubertus, and Sunday December 6th at 3:00 pm, Schauer Center in Hartford.
As usual a variety of traditional Christmas favorites such as, “Oh Come All Ye Faithful” and “Angels from the Realms of Glory” will renew your Christmas spirit and start your heart singing! Other favorites include, “Out of the Orient Crystal Skies”, and “All Is Well” both having beautiful, rich harmonies.
The traditional sing-a-longs will give the audience plenty of opportunity to participate in the joy of singing!
The Hartford Community Chorus was founded by the well known, Ruth A. Knoll 55 years ago and has been its artistic director ever since. The chorus was founded at the urging of her high school students who desired a place where they could continue their love of singing after graduation.
This Christmas Concert, Stephanie Klockow who has previously been one of the accompanists, will take the position of chorus director. Stephanie is an accomplished teacher, vocalist and pianist. We welcome her artistic talent and enthusiasm.
Ken French will be the accompanist for “Angels and Stars Lead to the Manger.”
The Hartford Community Chorus is a sponsored activity of the Hartford Recreation Department with additional support from the Schauer Center.
The concerts are free. However, a ticket is required for the Schauer Center location. Call the box office at 262-670-0560 . Monday-Friday 11:30am-5:30pm, Saturday 11:30am-2:00pm and 1 hour before the concert.
FREE WILL DONATIONS ACCETPED AT BOTH LOCATIONS.
Get in the Mood for our 2015 Christmas Concert
Watch our entire 2014 Christmas Concert from the Schauer Center stage.
"Elijah" Concert Photos - May 2015
Slideshow of 2012 Christmas Concert
Photos of our December Christmas Concert at the The Schauer Center's Ruth A. Knoll Theater. [Click image for larger version.]
HCC Sings "Silent Night"
Listen to the chorus conclude our most recent Christmas Concert with their version of "Silent Night". Enjoy - and Merry Christmas!