Artistic director Matthew Culloton of The Singers and host Scott Blankenship present an hour of holiday music for everybody. The program includes holiday favorites from The Singers' repertoire mixed together with music from the Great American Songbook as well, including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Ella Fitzgerald. Plus Steve Heitzig's "Little Tree" and the music of modern choral ensembles like Pentatonix and The King Singers.
Tune in on Sunday 12/24 at 8 pm CT and again on Wednesday 12/27 at 11 am CT.
Traditional: arr. Culloton: Sussex Carol - The Singers - MN Choral Artists
Traditional: arr. Culloton: Kling, no klokka: - The Singers - MN Choral Artists
Traditional: arr, C. Jennings: Go Tell It On The Mountain - The Singers - MN Choral Artists
Anderson: Sleigh Ride - Mel Torme
Berlin: Snow from "White Christmas" - Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Trudy Stevens
Martin & Blane: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas - Ella Fitzgerald
Pierpont: Jingle Bells - Frank Sinatra
Bernard & Smith: Winter Wonderland - The Andrews Sisters
Cahn & Styne: Let It Snow - Dean Martin
Heitzig: Little Tree - The Singers with Min Kim, harp
Beckstrand: So Gracious Is The Time - The Singers with Min Kim, harp
Traditional: O Come, All Ye Faithful - Take 6
Torme: The Christmas Song - Pentatonix
Berlin: White Christmas - The King's Singers
Gruber & Mohr, arr. Paulus: Silent Night - The Singers
Founded in 2004, The Singers organization is dedicated to giving world-class performances of the finest choral literature. The Singers, a professional choir of 40 members, exists to serve as artists, educators, and advocates of the choral art. Recognized nationally for their innovative programming, commitment to new music, and peerless artistic quality, The Singers made their debut at the renowned Ravinia Festival in June 2013, and have made subsequent returns in 2014, 2015, and 2016.