Monday, December 7
(Available for viewing only on this day and time.)
You may also access the concert from the Livestream link in the main menu above.
Join us for a one-time only viewing of this special concert featuring superb musicians from our church and region along with internationally known artists. Help us celebrate Christmas 2020 in this special way!
Special thanks to the Glenn W. & Hazelle Paxson Morrision Foundation for support of this special event.
Some of the performers include the following:
Dimitri Pittas, world-renowned tenor and co-founder (with his wife, Leah) of Holy City Arts and Lyric Opera in Charleston, SC.
Brian Blume, frequent guest at The Glory of Christmas concert, one of the finest marimba players in America, formerly on the faculty of Southeastern University, and currently a member of The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” in Washington, D.C.
The Blair Children’s Choir from Nashville, TN, based at Vanderbilt University and directed by Mary Biddlecombe.
John Kirk, an extraordinary folk musician and singer whose fiddling can be heard in the Ken Burn’s documentary, The West.
Carrie Bean Stute, daughter of members David and Anne Caroline Bean and cellist with “The President’s Own” Marine Chamber Orchestra in Washington, D.C.
Dolly Roberts, a Tampa-based artist whose beautiful harp solos have been a favorite of our audience for many years.
Rita Fandrich, Professor Emerita in Piano from Florida Southern College and a member of the church who will play spirited arrangements of Christmas classics.
Thomas Ingui, organist at FPC who will play Overture from The Nutcracker.
First Presbyterian Church’s Chancel Choir, talented vocalists who will encourage our viewers to sing from home as they lead the audience in Hark, the Herald Angels Sing and Angels from the Realms of Glory.