Long-standing concert rolls in today
December 2, 2012 by Mark
The Holiday Treasures Concert, taking place today, is one of Whatcom County’s longest lasting holiday traditions and feature a newly revamped line of old favorites with lots of fun and interesting additions. This is a wonderful family event to welcome in the coming Christmas season. This year, the Whatcom Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is being joined by the Bellingham Chamber Chorale.
The performance is being conducted by Ryan Smit and Roupen Shakarian. Smit is from the Bellingham Chamber Chorale and this year’s program includes many of the holiday’s favorite melodies, a fun sing-along, and traditional carols, plus there are more than a few unknown and special surprises planned and, rumour has it, there will be two very special and jolly visitors popping in from the North Pole.
This is a great way to get the holiday season off to a family-friendly start, and is the perfect way to share time with each other, while enjoying music that will have toes tapping and guests humming along. This performance is taking place on the main stage and will be a memorable experience for the entire audience.
Poster printing, brochure printing, and flyer printing may have been used to advertise and promote this festive event to the people in this community and the surrounding areas. Ticket prices range from $12 to $2 per person. The Holiday Treasures Concert is coming up later on today, December 2, starting at 3:00 pm at the Mount Baker Theatre in Bellingham, Washington. To order tickets, or learn more, please visit the Mount Baker Theatre website or call the box office at 360-73-5793.