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A Canto Deo Christmas (Bethany Lutheran)

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Bethany Lutheran Church (ELCA)

4500 East Hampden Avenue

Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113

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Sing along with us on familiar carols like O Come All Ye Faithful, Joy to the World! And Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!

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We are delighted to announce our return to presenting this special event in person! Please plan to join us for our upcoming concert, A Canto Deo Christmas!

Under the direction of Jonathan Brown, the Canto Deo Festival Choir and Orchestra has shared the rich tradition of sacred Christmas music in the metro Denver area for nearly two decades now. This year’s program features familiar carols from composers like Handel, Wilberg, and Rutter, alongside Dan Forrest and Matthew Owens. Also, this year’s concert will premiere a specially commissioned piece, The Christmas Story, by celebrated British composer Thomas Hewitt Jones. We look forward to seeing you!

Note: This event is free, but tickets are required. Please register below. For groups of more than 5 people, please send an email to info@cantodeo.org for more information.

COVID Notice: due to COVID safety protocols, audience size may be smaller than in years past. Also, due to current mask mandates, all attendees will be required to wear a mask consistent with current county requirements. Please visit https://cantodeo.org for updates.


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Canto Deo is a Denver community choir dedicated to excellence in performance and carrying on our Christian cultural heritage by exploring choral literature from diverse historical periods and styles. As part of our contribution to our heritage, Canto Deo also supports the creation of new sacred choral works and serves as a community-based resource for sacred music.

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