Sing You A Merry Christmas – ONLINE NOW!
Saturday, December 12 - Tuesday, January 5
Sing along at home with your favorite holiday carols as the toys of St. Nicholas’s workshop lead you on an extraordinary journey, filling children, young and old, with the joys of the season. Festive for families!
Add a Play-Along Surprise Box to your ticket order for special treats and toys mailed to you for at-home fun. The Box will include (some items may be replaced with other similar items): program and coloring page, jingle bell wrist band, snowflake confetti, snowballs, antler headband, face mask, ribbon stick, 12 Days of Christmas coloring card, hot chocolate mix, holly and ivy ornament.
As a special treat, you can now download the first holiday album of the cast of Sing You A Merry Christmas. We love singing and performing, and this year we just didn’t want to stop, so we recorded this album for you. Download and share here. We hope you enjoy it, and we look forward to seeing you in person next year!
Sing You A Merry Christmas will be available on-demand December 12 through January 5.
And everyone gets a front-row seat! The concert is approximately 50 minutes in length.
Don’t miss your chance to sing along with the whole family!
BE A CHRISTMAS ANGEL: SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The magic of Christmas lives on at Grace because of our generous sponsors. You make these concerts possible, and enable us to make this beloved Christmas tradition accessible to all in this most extraordinary year. Please consider becoming a Christmas Concert Sponsor this year.
About the performers
Presto! Interactive Opera was created in 2009 by Jennifer Ashworth and Kristen Jones, with the goal of bringing performances for children (and adults!) off the stage and into the community. Bringing together a talented cast of professional musicians, Presto!’s ensemble hails from theater, opera and cabaret, working together to create unforgettable performances filled with music, energy and fun. Sing You a Merry Christmas was commissioned by the Ghiberti Center for Culture at Grace Cathedral in 2011.