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Southern Crescent Chorale performs with Atlanta Concert Ringers

Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale has become the official beginning of the holiday season for many in our community.  Sponsored by Bruce Dickerson of Edward Jones Investments, this year’s concert will again be a wonderful way to begin your Christmas celebrations.  Our special guests will be the Atlanta Concert Ringers (www.theatlantaconcertringers.org). Founded in 2002, The Atlanta Concert Ringers, Inc. is made up of experienced hand bell ringers from throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan area. This phenomenal bell choir will dazzle you with unbelievable sounds of the season. 

 The concert features the Chorale singing holiday favorites such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “Joy to the World,” and “Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head.”  In addition, the Oak Grove Elementary choir, Brave Harmony, will perform presenting the wonder of Christmas through children’s voices. Join us for a special holiday gift to the community featuring the subtle musical nuances for which the Chorale has become known. 

 Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for students and seniors (60 and over).  Purchase tickets from any Chorale member, at Occasionally Yours on the square in Fayetteville, at the Fayetteville Library, or at the door.

Christmas with the Southern Crescent Chorale, will be presented at 3 p.m. at Peachtree City United Methodist Church on Sunday, Dec. 2.

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