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Lessons and Carols at St. Mary's, December 17, 5:00 pm

by Juan A Mesa
November 17, 2017

Join us for an evening of beautiful music anticipating the wonder of Advent and Christmas. This year’s Lessons and Carols will feature the combined choirs and ensembles of St. Mary’s Church, harpist Anna Ellsworth, and nationally-renowned organist Brandon Santini who will also offer a 30-minute organ concert at 4:30 pm. The evening will include familiar carols as well as choral music by Rutter, Britten, Ireland, Carter, and others.  Bring your family, and don’t miss this opportunity to hear world-class music right in the heart of Holliston! December 17, 2017 at 5:00 pm (mini organ recital at 4:30 pm). 

Free and open to all!

Juan A. Mesa
Director of Music
St. Mary's Church, Holliston MA
Music Office: 508-879-2322 #8
Cell: 203-947-0903
www.facebook.com/MusicAtStMarysHolliston

 

 

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