Holiday Pops Concert To Be Held

Glen Cortese

The Jamestown Concert Association will presents its Holiday Poinsettia Pops Concert with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra.

The concert will take place on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Reg Lenna Center For The Arts.

This annual performance led by conductor Glen Cortese, ushers in the festiveness of the season. Featuring several favorite classics, and jazzy twists, this concert offers a variety of entertainment. Soprano, Alissa Stahler will be featured on several songs, including, “Do You Hear What I Hear,” “Let It Snow,” and “The Christmas Song.” The orchestra will also be joined by dancers from Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet performing excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker.”

Additionally, prior to the performance, audience members will be welcomed by a small ensemble with members from the Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony as they perform holiday music in the lobby balcony.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for preconcert refreshments and merriment in the lobby.

“We are so grateful for this annual holiday celebration with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra,” said Sally Ulrich, Jamestown Concert Association board president. “It’s such a fun experience for audience members of all ages.”

Discounted presale tickets for this event are available at the center’s box office 484-7070, or at reglenna.com.

At the door, tickets are $28 for adults, $25 for seniors 65-plus, $7.50 for college students, and free admission for students 18 and under.

The Jamestown Concert Association is dedicated to classical music and ensuring that it continues to flourish in Jamestown. For more information on upcoming concerts and to find out how to support the Jamestown Concert Association, visit jamestownconcertassociation.org.

The Jamestown Concert Association receives funding from the Chautauqua

Region Community Foundation, the Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation, and the United Arts Appeal of Chautauqua County.


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