San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ONLINE TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED
Tickets may still be available for the 7 PM concert at the
Reston Community Center Box Office (703.476.4500 x 3, 1).
The 4 pm show is SOLD OUT.
The Reston Chorale and Washington Symphonic Brass reunite for Home for the Holidays: A Seasonal Celebrationof Christmas and Hanukkah favorites. Featured works include John Rutter's Gloria for chorus, brass, percussion and organ, andDavid Ott's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas, composed especially for The Reston Chorale. Other works on this concert include Edward Elgar's The Snow, Rutter's Shepherd's Pipe Carol, This Little Babe from Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, Franz Biebl's Ave Maria and Stephen Schwartz' We Are Lights.
Home for the Holidays offers a musical feast for the entire family, with familiar favorites ranging from Deck the Halls to Santa Claus is Comin' to Town. A special guest appearance is also sure to delight children in the audience. Youth 17 and under are admitted free with an adult or senior ticketholder.
The Reston Chorale's 50th Season
The Reston Chorale is celebrating our 50th Season with something new: our first crowd-sourced season! Our 2016-17 concert series features music that Chorale audiences and members told us they want to hear and sing again. From Bernstein and The Beatles, to Brahms and Beethoven, there’s something for everyone!
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The Reston Chorale
The Reston Chorale is an auditioned, mixed-voice ensemble that has excited audiences with its musical excellence and versatility for 50 years. Under the direction of Artistic Director David B. Lang, the Chorale sings a full repertoire that varies in style from choral masterworks of Bach and Beethoven to contemporary compositions.
The Chorale performs throughout the greater Washington, D.C. area in such venues as the John F. Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap, the George Mason University Center for the Performing Arts and the Hylton Performing Arts Center. At the invitation of Composer Donald McCullough, members of The Reston Chorale took part in the November 9, 2014, New York premiere of In the Shadow of the Holocaust at New York’s Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall.