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01 December 2022 Kerville (Texas, USA)
The Miracle of Christmas
Symphony of the Hills conducted by Eugene Dowdy - Cailloux Theater
Christmas and the holidays are a miraculous time for children of all ages. The mystery of lights, festivity, sacred services, family gatherings, and gift-giving all contribute to the excitement and anticipation associated with Christmas. The music from the 1994 remake of the classic movie, Miracle on 34th Street captures the mysticism of the season with a wonderful score by Bruce Broughton. Dicken’s A Christmas Carol is the inspiration for the 2009 movie of the same name with its brilliant and almost-mystical film score by Alan Silvestri.
Children’s celebrations are seen the world over at this time of year, and Hanukkah is an especially wonder-filled time for children as they light the candles in commemoration of Jerusalem’s recovery. We feature Hinds’ work A Children’s Hannukah as we join in celebration with our Jewish friends of the miracle of the feast of lights.
The second half of our concert brings back Handel’s Messiah with a cast of vocal soloists, orchestra, and our Grand Symphony Chorus. We will offer Part 1 and the Hallelujah Chorus of Messiah.
Bruce Broughton/Arr. Vinson – Miracle on 34th Street Overture Alan Silvestri – A Christmas Carol (Main Title) Hinds – A Children’s Hannukah Christmas Carol Sing-Along George Frideric Handel – Messiah (Part 1 and the Hallelujah Chorus)