Music & Mistletoe
GAMAC will present Music & Mistletoe on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 7:30pm at Boulevard Baptist Church. Join the GAMAC Chorale, Orchestra and Children’s Chorus as they ring in the season with a heartwarming musical treat for the entire family!
Celebrating the excitement and expectation of the holidays, the GAMAC Chorale under the direction of Don Campbell will perform such holiday classics as Joy to the World, O Holy Night and The 12 Days of Christmas while the Children’s Chorus directed by Bob Heritage delights audiences with Tom Shelton’s Hope Carol, The Hills Are Bare At Bethlehem and the beautiful Bach-Gounod arrangement of the classic Ave Maria . The GAMAC Orchestra under the direction of Alex Spainhour will ring in the season with Mannheim Steamroller’s classic Stile Nacht, the favorite Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, Leroy Anderson’s Christmas Festival and much more! Add a holly, jolly sing-a-long of your favorite carols along with a visit from Santa and you’ve got a perfect start to your holidays! Pictures with Santa will even be available in the lobby prior to the performance!
Patrons attending Music & Mistletoe are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy for a child ages 8-13 years to benefit the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Anderson County’s toy drive. Patrons who bring a toy will receive one complimentary child’s ticket to the concert while helping children throughout Anderson County.
Tickets to Music & Mistletoe may be purchased by calling the GAMAC office at (864) 231-6147. Prices are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Seating is by general admission. Patrons who bring a toy for the toy drive will receive 1 complimentary child’s ticket for the evening. This event is made possible with generous sponsorship support from AnMed Health Carolina Cardiology, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Glen Raven, Inc., Mrs. Marian Moorhead, Mrs. Barbara Gaines and The Peoples Bank. Funding is also provided in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives funding in part from the National Endowment for the Arts.