Happening nearby: Holiday Pops Concert this weekend in Edmonds

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Two Performances!
Sell Out Alert! 

Holiday Pops
Cascade Symphony Orchestra
Edmonds Center for the Arts (ECA)
Sunday, Dec. 13 Tickets Here
Monday, Dec. 14 Tickets Here

For the first time, the venerable Cascade Symphony Orchestra will present two “Holiday Pops” concerts during the holiday season — both this coming weekend!

Renowned euphonium player Adam Frey is featured on each program, to delight audiences for both the Sunday and Monday evening performances. Each concert will be preceded by a 6:30 p.m. lecture.

The sparkling highlights of each evening’s program will include Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah, and several glittering selections by Leroy Anderson that will lend themselves to the musical festivities including Bugler’s HolidayChristmas Festival and Jazz Legato.

Also included in the program is the evocative-to-rousing Chanukah Medley arranged by Marcus and R. Seletsky.

Delightfully, the march from “Babes in Toyland” by Victor Herbert, a seasonal tradition, is also on the program to delight children and parents (and grandparents!)

Frey Euphonium

Adam Frey

An elite brass soloist, Adam Frey has traveled the globe sharing his talents as a performer and teacher. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Frey received his musical training at the University of Georgia and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England. Adam has more than 90 works that have been composed or specifically arranged for him.

It’s going to be a festive family celebration of the holidays!

Sunday evening: Grab your family’s Sunday tickets at this Tickets location.

Monday evening: If your family and friends prefer CSO’s regular Monday evening performance schedule your ticket link is here.

— By Emily Hill

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