Free “Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert

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Enjoy listening to the sound of holiday cheer from various choirs while exploring Savannah’s Historic District.

“Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert – organized by Savannah Holly Days – will be Sat. Dec. 15, 2018, 5-7PM @ the corner of Broughton and Bull streets in front of the Savannah Christmas Tree (near Levy Jeweler’s Building).

Free & open to the public.

The Here We Come A Caroling schedule of events is as follows:

Edscorn Duo – CarolAnn and Chris Edscorn are a husband-and-wife duo who have been performing together for decades. They also enjoy spending their time as music ministers. They will perform holiday classics such as Go, Tell it on the Mountain; Hark the Herald Angels Sing; and more.

Mary Dahlin – Mary is the band director at St. Andrews School on Wilmington Island where she leads five bands comprised of grades 3-12 and teaches general music at the 2nd grade level. Additionally, Mary is the director of Tybee Music Makers studio on Tybee Island. Tybee Music Makers offers individual music instruction on piano and flute. Mary holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Illinois University and a Master of Music degree from the University of Georgia. She has 40 years of experience as a music educator and performer across the United States. Her performing experiences include Winston Salem Symphony, Northwest Chicago Symphony, Greenville Symphony, Asheville Symphony and Brevard Chamber Orchestra.

Savannah Philharmonic – Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra is a professional orchestra presenting a full range of concerts each season from classics to pops. Savannah Philharmonic Chorus is a community-based auditioned ensemble that performs regularly with the orchestra and in chorus-only concerts. Both organizations are not-for-profit. The vision of the Savannah Philharmonic is to be one of the most dynamic and engaging orchestral and choral groups in the U.S., and to be regarded as an essential musical, educational, cultural and economic asset to the Savannah community.

Tell Scarlet – Tell Scarlet is a Savannah-based pop group know for its impressive sound and hard-earned success. Over the years, Tell Scarlet has become fondly known to many in the area as “That Family Band.” They will share some holiday favorites as well as their family favorites for the Here We Come A Caroling event.

Projection on Levy Jeweler’s Building – Every Friday and Saturday night, a holiday video will play on the wall of Levy Jeweler’s on Bull and Broughton. Individuals can upload photos of their favorite Savannah holiday moments via the website or tag #savhollymoments on social media to be included on the big screen. A new video is uploaded each week.

“Here We Come A Caroling” Christmas Concert
Organized by Savannah Holly Days
Sat. Dec. 15, 2018, 5-7PM
Corner of Broughton and Bull streets in front of the Savannah Christmas Tree (near Levy Jeweler’s Building)

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