The malls maybe busy and we maybe run off our feet on our weekends – what better time is it to carve out some much needed early family and friends time before the holiday rush kicks in?
I encourage you to pick up tickets to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. It is truly an event for the whole family.
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me…a festive family concert! Sing along with your favourite carols and songs as part of The Twelve Days of Christmas—a hilarious live-action pageant, narrated by Canadian actor and improv comedian Colin Mochrie, that will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. If it isn’t already, the TSO’s annual family Christmas concert is sure to become your new holiday tradition!
These concerts feature the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor Earl Lee, with the Highland Creek Pipe Band, Resonance Youth Choir and Tha Spot Holiday Dancers.
JAMES STEPHENSON: Holiday Overture
MOZART/arr. Aubrey Winter: Allegro from Toy Symphony in C major
STEVEN REINEKE: “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”
LUCAS RICHMAN: Hannukah Festival Overture
KRISTEN ANDERSON-LOPEZ: Music from Frozen
JOHN RUTTER: Candlelight Carol
TRADITIONAL/arr. Mitch Clarke: Frosty the Snowman
TCHAIKOVSKY: “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” from The Nutcracker
TCHAIKOVSKY: Trépak from The Nutcracker
ANDERSON: Sleigh Ride
DELVYN CASE: Rocket Sleigh
RICHARD HAYMAN: The Twelve Days of Christmas
FINNEGAN, PLOYHAR, LUCK: Rudolph’s Christmas Medley
Tickets can still be purchased and they are reasonably priced at $26! True stocking stuffer pricing that will keep your wallet happy as well as you and your loved ones.