SCCC presents “The Magic of Mozart, Imagination & Inspiration"
South Coast Community Chorale invites you to our holiday concert. An event you will not want to miss!
Fall River, MA – The South Coast Community Chorale (SCCC) is excited to present their holiday concerts. The concerts will take place on Saturday, December 17th, 7:30 pm at St. Thomas More Church, 386 Luther Ave, Somerset, MA and Sunday, December 18th, 3:00 pm at Good Shepherd Parish, 1598 South Main St, Fall River, MA.
The South Coast Community Chorale cordially invites you to their 2022 holiday concerts! SCCC will feature Mozart’s Mass in C Major, Christmas on Broadway, A Muppet Christmas Carol Medley, Merry Christmas Mozart, songs from Home Alone and many other holiday favorites. Join them for a chance to see Mozart and have your picture taken with him. Mozart themed activity books will be provided for children of all ages. Get into the holiday spirit with some fun and beautiful music.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door (Prices for students and seniors are $3 off either price). Visit their website at www.sccchorale.com for more information and to purchase tickets online through Eventbrite®. Check out SCCC on Facebook and Twitter too!
Directed by Frank Wilhelm, the South Coast Community Chorale is a group of singers based out of Fall River, Massachusetts. Members come from Fall River and nearby communities including Somerset, Swansea, Dighton, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Westport, Dartmouth, New Bedford, Taunton, Raynham, and Middleboro. The group performs concerts each May and December for their spring and winter concert seasons. Past performances have included venues in Fall River, New Bedford, Westport, Taunton, and Swansea. In addition to their regular concert seasons, once a year, the chorale awards a scholarship to an area student who plans to pursue a career in the music field.
If you require any additional information, please contact publicity committee chair Beverly Owen.
Contact: Beverly Owen
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