Sounds of the Season Sing-along
The Harbor Country Singers presents “Sounds of the Season” to celebrate the holidays
Join the School of American Music and a band of many players for the Harbor Country Singers holiday sing-along on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022. The concert will begin at 3 PM EST at Episcopal Church of the Mediator, 14280 Red Arrow Hwy, Harbert, Mich. The sing-along is free, but a donation for Neighbor to Neighbor of canned goods or a food item such as nutrient-rich peanut butter is requested.
“Sounds of the Season” will feature the Singers accompanied by multiple instruments, ranging from piano to guitar, dulcimer, trumpet, French horn, trombone, and tuba. The program will span holiday favorites from Hanukkah to Christmas, secular to sacred, with the lineup including favorites such as “Silent Night,” “Jingle Bells,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” and “White Christmas.” Songbooks with music and lyrics will be provided.
“There will be music for everyone to enjoy,” says Donna M. Mitchell, School of American Music Executive Director. “We are grateful to Episcopal Church of the Mediator for partnering with us to present this fun community event.”
Please sign up for free tickets at SchoolofAmericanMusic.com. For more information, please contact SAM at 269-409-1191, email@example.com or online at SchoolofAmericanMusic.com.
Harbor Country Singers is supported by the School of American Music and a grant from the Pokagon Fund. Established in 2016, the community chorus rehearses and performs in Harbor Country for holidays and other events. Programming is produced by Pat Putnam. For more information, visit the School of American Music’s website.
The School of American Music provides education, performance, and audience opportunities in music and the related arts in the Southwest Michigan area. Currently engaged in raising money for The Future Fund, SAM aims to establish an endowment to guarantee its financial future. Every dollar donated to the Fund is matched by the Michiana Arts Foundation. SAM is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all contributions are tax-deductible. Donations can be made on SAM’s website.