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The student-run news site of Le Moyne College.

The Dolphin

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LCCO and Chamber Singers present “Holiday Favorites”

On Dec. 6, the Le Moyne College Chamber Orchestra (LCCO) will perform its winter concert at the Performing Arts Center. The show will also feature the debut of the Le Moyne Chamber Singers.

According to LCCO director and director of music Travis Newton, the concert will include full orchestral arrangements of famous carols.

“[LCCO will be performing] new takes on old carols,” Newton said. “There are all these different music styles that I think the audience will really enjoy.”

In addition, LCCO’s set list includes a Gustav Holst medley and a holiday sing-along. The Chamber Singers, on the other hand, will be performing renditions of songs like “I Saw Three Ships” and “In the Bleak Midwinter.”

“It’s a good way for the Chamber Singers to make their debut,” said Newton. “They’d already been working on Christmas music, so to tie them in with the orchestra seems natural.

“There’s also a neat dichotomy between the music being performed by LCCO and Chamber Singers. The orchestra’s is more modern while the Chamber Singers’ is more early Christmas music.”

“The end of the semester is always exciting,” Newton said. “The students get to show their stuff at the end of the process and you get to see their work come to fruition.”

“Holiday Favorites” takes place Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are free for students.

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