'Making Spirits Bright' An MYAC Holiday Gift to the Community at Ravinia's Bennett Gordon Hall December 15

  • MYAC Orchestra students perform at Ravinia's Bennett Gordon Hall for the holidays. Midwest Young Artists Conservatory

    MYAC Orchestra students perform at Ravinia's Bennett Gordon Hall for the holidays. Midwest Young Artists Conservatory

 
Christine Escobar
Updated 11/19/2019 1:08 PM

Midwest Young Artists Conservatory's Jazz, Choral, and Orchestra students take the stage at 2 p.m. on Sunday Dec. 15 at Ravinia's Bennett Gordon Hall to present a FREE holiday concert event for the whole family showcasing a variety of heartwarming multicultural melodies celebrating Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and Christmas.

Students from MYAC's orchestra, jazz, and choral programs perform, while the audience is invited to join in caroling, complete with a special visit from Santa, sure to delight both young and old. This FREE concert is a local North Shore favorite and a popular annual MYAC event. Parking is free, but please arrive early for best general seating. Visit https://mya.org/events/seasoncalendar for more information.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

What: "Making Spirits Bright" Holiday Concert

Who: MYAC Orchestra, Choral, and Jazz Students

When: 2 p.m. on Sunday, December 15, 2019

Where: Bennett Gordon Hall at Ravinia, 201 St. Johns Ave. Highland Park, IL

MYAC's 2019-20 season theme "Music Unites Us" emphasizes the universal language of music shared around the world as a unifying force for good. Student performances during this season will tie into this timely theme.

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MYAC's classical, jazz, and choral programs serve students from grade school beginners to advanced pre-collegiate performers. Families interested in participating in the 2020-21 season can visit mya.org for audition information. For tickets to MYAC concerts and events, or more information about our programs

visit mya.org or call 847-926-9898.

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