Sunday, January 16 2022

LOWVILLE – Members of the Adirondack Community Chorus, led by Peg Nuspliger, will perform a Christmas concert benefiting the Lewis County Historical Society at 7 p.m. on Saturday, December 4 at the village Presbyterian Church, 7707 N. State St.

The concert will feature local soloists and instrumentalists, with a mixed repertoire of sacred and secular selections. Shannon Chamberlain will start the evening with an accordion solo: “The Merry Christmas Polka”.

Ms. Chamberlain will also be featured as a flautist in “Deck the Hall Variations” and “The Wondrous Story” and as a soloist in “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”.

Master of Ceremonies Mike Ferris will join Terry Marcy for a duet in “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”.

As a team for other duets:

Anna Morley and Connor Whalen (“Winter Wonderland”); Nancy Coughlin and Brenda Cox (“O Come Holy Savior”); Marie Adams and Miyako Shanley (“The Wonderful Story”); Dan Austin and Emily O’Brien (“Gesu Bambino”); Claire Hailey and Judelle White (“Mary, did you know?”) And Olivia King and Elizabeth Zehr (“Still a Bach Christmas”).

Angela Bartelotte, Steve Kennison and Don Mallette will be featured in “What Do You Think?”

Todd Galarneau will sing “Rise Up, Shepherd”. Dan Austin will sing “O Holy Night; And Judelle White will perform “We Need a Little Christmas”. Claire Haile will sing “Ding Dong, Merrily on High”.

Angus and Maureen Saunders will narrate a mix of “Classic Noels”, which combines traditional Christmas carols with classic classics. For this presentation, the above singers will be joined by Jean Bird, Mary Jane Lasher and Laura Czajka. Peg Nuspliger will be the accompanist.

Mike Ferris will close the festivities with “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”.

As always, the concert is free, but donations will be accepted for the Lewis County Historical Society. COVID restrictions apply. Masks will be compulsory.

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