Oakland East Bay Symphony Presents Non-Traditional Holiday Tradition, 12/5
Celebrating holiday musical traditions in the most festive and non-traditional way has been a year-end hallmark of the 25-year-old Oakland East Bay Symphony and Music Director Michael Morgan since 1992, and this year's edition of Let Us Break Bread Together promises seasonal sizzle Sunday, December 15, at 4 pm at the Paramount Theatre. Joining Morgan and the Oakland East Bay Symphony will be Oakland Symphony Chorus, Mt. Eden High School Choir, Kugelplex, Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Linda Tillery's Cultural Heritage Choir and Crystal Children's Choir in a program that celebrates and festively fuses multiple holiday traditions including the world premiere of new Gospel settings of Christmas favorites and, of course, plenty of opportunities for audience sing-alongs. Let Us Break Bread Together is often a sold-out performance that, for many concert-goers, marks a high point of the season. For more information, visit www.oebs.org.
Tickets are priced $20-$75. To order tickets and for complete information about Oakland East Bay Symphony, visit www.oebs.org.