Holiday Card to Hilo...Come Celebrate With Us! - Event Details

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Holiday Card to Hilo...Come Celebrate With Us!

Location: UH Hilo Performing Arts Center

The University of Hawai’i at Hilo Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Dr. Matthew Howell, announces a concert of seasonal music, A Holiday Card to Hilo…Come Celebrate with Us, at the UHH Performing Arts Center on December 11, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. The concert will feature the UHH Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, along with the UHH Kapili Choir and the Hawai’i Youth Invitational Chorus.

The concert repertoire includes classical music and Viennese favorites by Prokofiev, Strauss, and Lehar. UHH voice lecturer, Amy Horst, will be the featured soprano on Viella's song from the Merry Widow and Julianne Cross will be welcomed as the soloist for O, Holy Night. Together they will raise their voices in a duet from Die Fledermaus. To add seasonal flair, Hanukkah, Christmas, and Hawaiian music will be presented along with holiday favorites arranged by Rodney Wong and Tony Adams, professional musicians from Hawai’i Island. A special piece written by John Rudder from the film Home Alone will be enjoyed by audience members young and old.

Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance for this popular yearly event.

Special Restrictions: This is an Open Seating event.
Tickets cost
$15 General
$10 Seniors, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and Youth (age 13-17)
$7 Children 12 & Under and UHH/HCC Students with Valid ID
and are available online at or by calling 974-7310.

For more information, contact: 808-974-7310

Tags: music family holiday

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