The Atlanta Opera Chorus returns to All Saints’ Monday

Singers to perform traditional sacred and popular classics, in solos, duets, trios, and as a chamber ensemble in this Midtown holiday music tradition.

Eight members of The Atlanta Opera Chorus return to All Saints’ Episcopal Church Monday night for the group's Holiday Concert that is becoming one of the top highlights of the Atlanta holiday music season.

The Christmas Concert at the Midtown church located at 634 West Peachtree Street is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Directed by Chorus Master Walter Huff and accompanied by organist Peter Marshall, the singers will perform traditional sacred and popular classics, in solos, duets, trios, and as a chamber ensemble. The program will include new works and favorites from past concerts.

See the accompanying video of the group's fun Gordon Langford arrangement of "Jingle Bells" from two years back.

The concert will be recorded for future broadcast on WABE’s 'Atlanta Music Scene.' The Atlanta Opera Chorus is a training program for Atlanta-area singers, and serious vocal students at Georgia-area colleges and universities.

Monday's concert features sopranos Amy Little and Megan Mashburn, mezzo-sopranos Tami Giusto and Heather Witt, tenors Timothy Miller and Nathan Munson, and basses Zachary Brown and Adam Cannedy.

All tickets for the concert are $30, and may be ordered in advance at allsaintsatlanta.org/music/concert-series. Online ticket orders will be available until noon on Monday, and tickets will be available at the door.


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