The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir returns to the Palladium this holiday season to present Festival of Carols, which promises to be another spectacular event for families, friends, and lovers of holiday music. Celebrate the merriest season of all with familiar holiday songs and carols, featuring the talents of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, acclaimed star of Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera Michele McConnell, the choruses of Herron High School and Mt. Vernon High School, and the debut of “The Christ Child,” by the annual Christmas Carol Commission Competition winner Jonathan Reid. A very special addition to this year’s performance will feature a Christmas Gospel Celebration featuring nationally recognized Gospel recording artist Rodnie Bryant. And, if you’re on Santa’s “nice list,” there just may be a visit from the jolly old elf himself!
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir will now be incorporating a sign language interpreter for the performance on Saturday, December 21. Please call the Box Office at 317-843-3800, or email email@example.com to purchase tickets reserved for sign language interpretation.
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