It's not too late to get into the holiday spirit by
planning to come & enjoy the first-ever holiday show
presented by the North Wave Chorus of Chicagoland
North (formerly North Shore)
Chapter, Barbershop Harmony Society.
Titled "This Is Christmas 2005 . . . and Home for ALL
the Holidays!," this presentation will take place at 3
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at Edgewater Presbyterian
Church, 1020 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. (at N. Kenmore Ave.),
Chicago, IL--5600N between Lake Shore Dr. & Sheridan
Rd.. The show emphasizes variety: in addition to the
North Wave Chorus, performers will include the
Evanston Township High School student handbell choir,
the Edgewater Presbyterian Church choir, instrumental
soloists from within & outside the North Wave Chorus,
& a magician . . . Santa himself may even make a cameo
appearance! The grand finale will be a special,
newly-commissioned arrangement of "Adeste Fideles" for
six vocal parts, handbells, & various instrumental
accompanists, by local church organist, composer,
pianist, & semi-pro singer Jim Carson.
As you can see, this is entertainment for all ages, so
bring the kids & the grandparents, too. Tickets are
just $15 for general admission, $12 for senior
citizens (children accompanied by an adult will be
admitted free of charge). You can purchase tickets
from me (my contact info is in my sig below) or order
them online via our Web site
(www.northwavechorus.com), where there is also a flyer
that provides all the pertinent info. I suggest you
don't wait till the last minute.
And if you're curious about what goes on at our weekly
meetings/rehearsals, come on by any Wednesday night
(except Dec. 7, when we'll be rehearsing at our show
venue) & prepare to be delighted! We meet 7:30-10:00
at Elliott Hall, Presbyterian Home, 3131 Simpson St.
(Golf Rd.), Evanston, IL. Any questions?? If so, go
ahead & ask me.
Happy holidays & a prosperous & HARMONIOUS new year to
you & yours!
zinger99 @ juno . com (backup: schlesmail @ yahoo .
member North Wave Chorus (www.northwavechorus.com)
member New Tradition Chorus (www.newtradition.org)
founder Barbershop Harmony Chicagoland