With the holidays approaching, students at Temple are getting into the festive spirit by decorating their dorms, drinking hot cocoa, and blasting Christmas music. Listening to Christmas music is one of the best ways to fully get into the spirit, and the Boyer College of Music’s Holiday Concert is the perfect way to hear these classic songs live!
Boyer’s Family Holiday Concert features seasonal favorites performed by Temple University’s Jazz Band, Symphony Orchestra, and choirs. Come early at 4:30 PM for a special performance of Tim Warfield’s Jazzy Christmas in the main lobby, and a performance by the Temple University Horn Ensemble, directed by Jeffrey Lang, at 6:30 PM on the mezzanine.
The concert will be housed at Lew Klein Hall at the Temple Performing Arts Center on Friday, December 9th. The event officially begins at 7:00 PM. Admission is free, but be sure to get there early for a good seat. If you cannot make the actual concert, but still want to watch the festive performances, the event will be livestreamed here. Be sure to bring the whole family for a concert full of holiday cheer and iconic music!