Band, Choir Events Scheduled For December

Jimekia Lambert
Staff Writer

tv_buzzworthy 10dbThe University of Arkansas’ Marching Band, Fall Choral Concert, Chamber Choir and the Pine Bluff Symphony Orchestra and Arkansas Festival Ballet will be hosting events in December.

   Tuesday, Dec. 3, the UAM Marching Band will be participating in the Drew County Christmas Parade. The parade will be held in downtown Monticello at 6 p.m. This event will be open to the public and is free of charge. The UAM Band will be lead by the band director, Mark Windham.
   Tuesday, Dec. 3, the UAM Fall Choral Choir will be participating in the UAM Fall Choral Concert in the Fine Arts Center located on  campus. The concert will be at 7:30 p.m. and Kent Skinner will conduct the choir while Paul Becker will be playing the piano. This event will also be open to the public and will be free of charge.
           
   Thursday, Dec. 5, UAM Chamber Choir will be performing with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra at First Pentecostal Church in North Little Rock at 7:30 p.m. Kent Skinner will be conducting the choir and the choirs will be performing Messiah by G. F. Handel.  This event will be open to anyone who has purchased a ticket. For ticket purchase, contact the Arkansas Choral Society @ 501-376-8484.
           
   Thursday, Dec. 5, The Jazz Band 1 will be participating in the University of Arkansas- Hope Fine Arts Center Dedication. The dedication will be located in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium in Hope. Choir director Gray Meggs will be directing the Jazz Band 1 on this night. This event is open to the public and will be free of charge.
           
   Sunday, Dec. 15, the Pine Bluff Symphony Orchestra and the Arkansas Festival Ballet will be performing Christmas music and selections from the Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky in the Fine Arts Center Auditorium at 3 p.m. This event will be available to anyone who purchases a ticket. To purchase a ticket for this event, contact the Arkansas Choral Society @ 501-376-8484.
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