Holiday Concert featuring The Westfield High School Chorale

MAPLEWOOD GLEE CLUB GOES HOLLYWOOD FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Lights! Camera! Holiday! That’s the title of the Maplewood Glee Club’s upcoming December concert – a holiday collection of favorite songs from movies and TV.

“We love this theme because we get to do everything from White Christmas, Charlie Brown, and the Grinch to personal favorites from Love Actually and Toy Story,” says club president Kevin Weist. “There’s even a song about holiday sweaters … The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”

Sharing the stage with the Glee Club will be special guests, the Westfield High School Chorale, a 20-person ensemble that has sung at Carnegie Hall, on TV, and next spring will sing in Faure’s Requiem at Alice Tully Hall. Also performing will be smaller combos The Doo Wop Preservation Society and The Unusual Suspects.

The family-friendly concert, which includes an audience sing-along will take place at 4 pm on Sunday, December 15th at St. Joseph’s Church, 767 Prospect St. in Maplewood.

Ticket information can be found on the Maplewood Glee Club’s Facebook page or at www.maplewoodgleeclub.com.  Enjoy some of our past holiday favorites here

 

Contact Information
  1. Bryan Kleppe
  2. 973-761-4755
  3. info@maplewoodgleeclub.org
Sun, December 15
4:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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MAPLEWOOD GLEE CLUB GOES HOLLYWOOD FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Lights! Camera! Holiday! That’s the title of the Maplewood Glee Club’s upcoming December concert – a holiday collection of favorite songs from movies and TV.

“We love this theme because we get to do everything from White Christmas, Charlie Brown, and the Grinch to personal favorites from Love Actually and Toy ...

767 Prospect Street Maplewood, NJ 07040

Saint Joseph's Catholic Church

767 Prospect Street
Maplewood, NJ 07040

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