A Boston Christmas
Help us renew the spirit of communal hope and joy, as we return to live performance to celebrate the season with our roots, our song, and our community. In addition to the familiar carols we hope you’ll enjoy singing with us, we are thrilled to premiere a new work commissioned by the Chorale during the pandemic: Alchemy, Seattle composer Karen P. Thomas’s setting of the eponymous poem by Sara Teasdale.
You won’t know how much you’ve missed live choral music until you’re here. As Richard Leach's words proclaim in the concert’s opening song, Come, Let Us Go Again, by Carson Cooman:
Come, let us go again into our days,
fear turned to wonder, waiting to praise.
Come, let us sing, come, let us sing.
We will sing and make music all of our days, sing and make music all the days of our life!
Don’t miss this chance to renew the sustaining joy that live music brings to your life. Join Back Bay Chorale for A Boston Christmas.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 • 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 • 4:00 P.M.
OLD SOUTH CHURCH, COPLEY SQUARE
Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door.
Scott Allen Jarrett Conducting
TICKETS FROM $15
Order online or call 617.648.3885.
All ticket-holders must show proof-of-vaccination at the door.
All attendees must remain masked at all times.
Doors to the church will open 40 minutes prior to the concert.
Concert length is approximately 75 minutes, with no intermission