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Mead High School Choir Concert December 2014 - "Come Darkness, Come Light"

"I would encourage all who have yet to attend a Mead High School Christmas Festival Concert to come and experience this year's concert and discover why, for many in our community, their holiday celebrations begin with this annual event," says Mike Saccomanno, Choir Director at Mead Mead High School and Artistic Director of the Christmas Festival concert series. The Christmas Festival is now in its sixth season. In addition to the two concerts taking place at Mead High School there will be a concert in Lynnwood, Washington, at Trinity Lutheran Church on December 14, beginning at 7 p.m.

The 2014 concert theme, "Come Darkness, Come Light," will be elevated through choral works and readings from various sources. Presented without interruption, the concert will include the annual candlelight carol.

Music selections include Rene Clausen's "Psalm 100"; Edward Henderson's joyous "I Saw Three Ships"; "What Sweeter Music" by Eleanor Daley; "David Brunner's beautiful "Christmastide"; "Il est ne, le divin Enfant!" arranged by Nicholas Burt; the rousing arrangement of "Go Where I Send Thee" by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory; and Craig Courtney's stunning treatment of "How Great Our Joy."

For additional information contact:

Michael Saccomanno, Director of Choral Activities, 465-7046 or mike.saccomanno@mead354.org