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Celebrate the Season$35 – $38
Holiday Pops Concert
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FSO’s Holiday Pops Concert is the best family holiday event in town! Start the season with your favorite Christmas classics, holiday favorites and sing-along carols. Warm your heart and send your holiday spirit soaring with performances by the Firelands Symphony Chorale and an added touch of whimsy with the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre actors. If you’re good, Santa himself might make a special visit to the State Theatre! Kids will enjoy costumed characters and candy canes in the lobby!
Sunday, December 9, 2018 4:00pm
Sunday, December 9, 2018 4:00pm at Sandusky State Theatre
Conversation with the Conductor 3:00pm
Carl Topilow, Music Director and Conductor
Firelands Symphony Orchestra, Full Orchestra
Michael Shirtz, Chorale Director
Firelands Symphony Chorale
Caryl Crane Youth Theatre, Special Guests
To Be Announced!
“Celebrate The Season” is made possible by the generous support of our principal benefactor, The Randolph J. & Estelle M. Dorn Foundation, funding from The Ohio Arts Council, and
our concert sponsors:
**** SEASON SPONSOR ****
Diane and Gary Ackerman
**** SILVER SPONSORS ****
Civisita Wealth Management
Barnes Wendling CPAs
**** CHORALE SPONSOR ****
Dale and Ellen Coffman of RE/MAX Quality Realty
**** GUEST ARTIST SPONSOR ****
Kenneth and Rhonda Watt Fund
Director Michael Shirtz
The Firelands Symphony Chorale is a volunteer auditioned chorus of singers that serve as the chorus-in-residence for the Firelands Symphony Orchestra.
The goal for the Chorale is to be one of the region’s premier choir programs presenting exceptional choral performances with the orchestra as well as chorale only events throughout the season.
Artistic director Brian Marshall
Since 1986 the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre has created revolutionary theatre experiences as a means of educating, challenging, and inspiring the youth in our community. Each year at CCYT more than 500 students learn about theatre – and themselves – through participating in over 30 performances during each season.