Joyous, Jolly, Jingles from the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
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Grammy-winning R&B diva Patti LaBelle has blown audiences away ever since she and her '70s group Labelle belted out "Lady Marmalade." Since then, the powerhouse performer has piled up accolades for a songbook that includes "New Attitude," "If You Asked Me To" and "If Only You Knew." Her soaring voice has graced the halls of the Apollo Theater, the Metropolitan Opera House and the White House. LaBelle's current tour finds her touching on classic tracks and revisiting her gospel music roots. R&B singer Lyfe Jennings ("Must Be Nice," "Cry") starts off the evening with heartfelt songs about his hard-knock life. Learn More
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It's an amazing evening ! It's certainly kicked off the holidays for me.
They are true showmen,and there are a lot of them. The show is so
much fun,too! That Rudolf ! Can't wait for the next Christmas show.
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Melody Moore**, *soprano **
Velocity Bells**, handbell ensemble
Singing. Dancing. Exceptional Entertainment. Where’s the one place you can get it all this holiday season? It’s only with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. The grandeur of the Masonic Auditorium provides the perfect setting for this true holiday extravaganza. The 275 singers of the Chorus will be joined by San Francisco Opera Soprano, Melody Moore, the extraordinary Velocity Bells handbell ensemble, and the 45-piece Contra Costa Wind Symphony.
2011 Set List: “Masters In This Hall” (arr. David Maddux); “Sleigh Ride” (arr. Eddy Clement); “Angels in Seven” (arr. Phillip Kern); “The First Noel” (Pachelbel/Rollins); “O Magnum Mysterium” (Morten Lauridsen); " Variations on Jingle Bells" (arr. Mark Hayes); “Rudolph And Other Queer Folk” (Michael Piazza); “Favorite One” (Cy Coleman); “‘Twas The Night Before Christmas” (arr. Randol Bass); “Gloria” (Randol Bass); “Silver Bells” (arr. Kevin Robison); “Swing Into Christmas” (arr. Mac Huff); “O Holy Night” (Adolphe Charles Adams); “We Are Lights” (Stephen Schwartz/arr. James Eakin); “Silent Night” (Franz Gruber); “Peace, Peace” (Rick and Sylvia Powell); “Christmas Flourish” (Randol Bass); and other selections to be announced.
Bonus: The first 1,000 ticketholders to arrive at the Masonic Auditorium for the performance will receive a sample of Ghirardelli’s Peppermint Bark!**