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Sing You a Merry Christmas: Family Sing-Along

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Saturday, December 18 @ 11:00 am 12:00 pm

Christmas at Grace Cathedral is back in person in 2021!  

Sing along 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! 

Since 1947, Christmas at Grace Cathedral has offered an ideal way to ring in the season, with magnificent music, a majestic setting and astonishing acoustics. Experience the deep connection between spirit and art at Grace Cathedral this Christmas. 

This performance is one hour with no intermission. 

Proof of vaccination (except for children under age 12) and masks are required for entry. Please dress warmly.

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. Sponsorships start at $500. For more information visit our Christmas Sponsorships page or contact our Development Office at [email protected] or 415-749-6352. Thank you! 

Find out about our  Christmas Services  and other Christmas concerts, A Cathedral Christmas, Brass and Organ Christmas  and  Soulful Joy .

Looking for a fun stocking stuffer? Buy the Sing You A Merry Christmas Playbox of toys and treats. Available at the concerts or by mail. For more information write to [email protected] 

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.