The Doo-Wopp Hall of Fame 12th Annual National Induction & Gala Concert
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The last date listed for 12th Annual National Induction & Gala Concert of the Doo-Wopp Hall of Fame of America was Sunday March 11, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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Holiday Pops has become a much-loved Boston Yule time tradition. For a few short weeks, historic Symphony Hall becomes a feast for the eyes and ears as conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops perform beloved holiday music with a special guest appearance from Santa Claus. This year's program is highlighted by the songs that define this magical season, such as "White Christmas," the Boston Pops' signature "Sleigh Ride," the inspiring Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's "Messiah," and a popular rendition of "The Twelve Days of Christmas" featuring the majestic voices of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus. The Boston Pops will also perform "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" with narration, and each night's performance of "A Visit from St. Nicholas" will feature different guest narrators and projections from Jan Brett's timeless children's book above the stage. For more than 30 years, millions of New Englanders and visitors to Boston have experienced the wonder of the Holiday Pops concert. Learn More
About the Ticket Supplier: Harvey Robbins' Productions
The Doo-Wopp Hall of Fame of America was founded in 1989 by Harvey Robbins, a member of former doo-wopp group The Interludes. Although it is not housed in a specific location (that was never the intent), the Hall of Fame holds an annual induction ceremony which honors doo-wopp groups and their individual members.
With a home office in Westford, Massachusetts, the Doo-Wopp Hall of Fame hosts the yearly event at Boston's Symphony Hall. After noticing that doo-wopp groups were often overlooked by larger organizations, Robbins wanted to start an organization that would give back to these groups who rarely get the recognition they deserve.