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86th Annual Spelman/Morehouse Christmas Carol Concert - Be There

It’s a holiday tradition you don’t want to miss! The annual Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol concert.

Thanksgiving is now over, which means soon Christmas Carolers will be out and festive lights will light up your neighborhood.  It also means it is time for a holiday tradition you don’t want to miss! The annual Spelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol concert will, again, kickoff the holiday season. Mark your calendars and join the Spelman and Morehouse College Glee Clubs for some Christmas cheer.

Each concert is free and open to the public!

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Kickoff Performance
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012
Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel
Morehouse College Campus
7:30 p.m.
This performance will also be streamed live at
www.morehouse.edu, starting promptly at 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Dec.1, 2012
Sisters Chapel
Spelman College Campus
7:30p.m.
For this performance only: A complimentary ticket is required
. To reserve a free ticket, click here or call (877) 725-8849. This performance will also be streamed live at www.spelman.edu, starting promptly at 7:30 p.m.

Final Performance
- Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012
Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel
Morehouse College Campus
6 p.m.

The combined choirs of about 100 singers will perform a mixture of new selections and traditional favorites. Two of the holiday favorites, featured each year, are “We Are Christmas” performed by the Spelman College Glee Club and written by Kevin Johnson, chair, department of music at Spelman and Sarah Stephens, C’2007; and “Betelemehu," a Nigerian Christmas Carol performed by the Morehouse College Glee Club under the leadership of Director David Morrow, professor, department of music at Morehouse.

Each year more than 6,500 supporters attend the free concerts. The choral performance has been rebroadcast on local and national television for the past several years.  The concert is recognized around the country as one of the foremost Christmas performances.

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