Pops Goes the Holidays

Kennett Symphony with special guests for holiday concert

The Kennett Symphony presents Pops Goes the Holiday with Special Guest Philadanco! on Saturday, December 2, 2017, 7:30 p.m. at Unionville High School Auditorium, 750 Unionville Road, Kennett Square, PA.

Under the direction of Music Director, Michael Hall, the glorious sounds of the season will fill the air capturing the magic of the holidays.  From traditional Christmas carols like Hark the Herald Angels Sing, to the exhilarating Christmas on Broadway and Sleigh Ride, Pops Goes the Holiday is the perfect way for your friends and family to ring in the season. This is an evening that is sure to delight and surprise audiences of all ages!

Philadanco! will join the Kennett Symphony in a performance of Suite En Bleu danced to the music of JS Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3.  Across the nation and around the world, Philadanco! is celebrated for its innovation and creativity, and presents the highest quality of professional dance performance.

The concert will also feature the 100-member Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus.

Single ticket prices are $30-$53 in advance, $35-$58 on the day of the concert. Students 18 and under are $10. Group discounts are available and there is free parking on site.

For complete information visit www.KennettSymphony.org or call the Kennett Symphony at 610.444.6363.

The Kennett Symphony is Chester County’s only fully professional symphony orchestra.  Through its programs and collaborations, the Kennett Symphony brings a fresh, innovative approach to classical and contemporary symphonic works, and creates an engaging environment for experiencing symphonic music. It serves the residents of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey, along with thousands of tourists who attend the Kennett Symphony’s popular summer concerts at Longwood Gardens.

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