WESTFIELD, NJ — Three Holiday Tenors, a trio of accomplished vocalists, will perform in the New Jersey Festival Orchestra's “Home for the Holidays” concerts next weekend, along with students from Westfield’s Washington Elementary School fifth grade chorus and Madison’s Central Avenue Elementary School chorus.
The tenors, Limmie Pullman, Kevin Ray and Cody Austin will sing classic holiday tunes and theater favorites.
“The audience can expect many orchestral favorites of the season,” Music Director and Conductor David Wroe said. “But these magnificent tenors, drawn from some of the most famous theaters in the country, provide Pavarotti-style favorites such as O Sole Mio, O Holy Night and many more. The program is a festive, upbeat, dynamic evening.”
Expect a few surprises, too.
“We’re tipping our hat to the community with cameo appearances,” Wroe added.
Performances will take place on Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield at 7 p.m. and again at the Dorothy Young Center for the Performing Arts at Drew University on that Sunday at 3 p.m. The program is family-friendly, with discounted tickets available for kids.
Tickets are available online at www.njfestivalorchestra.org or by calling 908-232-9400