Victoria Bach Festival presents Christmas caroling of sorts in the Crossroads
Truth be told, I've only seen Christmas caroling in the movies and if memory serves, those were all in black and white.
But what is Christmas without the sound of singing? Exactly.
Thankfully we have opportunities to hear beautiful music in the Crossroads, occasions not all smaller communities get to enjoy.
That's why I am always so excited when the Victoria Bach Festival announces their incredible Conspirare Christmas concerts, and this year will be no exception.
With performances from Issac Cates & Ordained, the Dynamic Kansas City Gospel Choir, Victoria and the Crossroads gets to truly enjoy the music of the season. In full color.
What can you expect from Conspirare Christmas?
According to the Victoria Bach Festival invitation, "Conspirare Christmas reinvents the traditional holiday concert with songs of hope, courage, and love. Isaac Cates & Ordained along with the dynamic Kansas City Gospel choir, are known for their unique blending of secular choral sounds with modern Gospel."
It's beginning to sound a LOT like Christmas!
Treat your family to something truly in the spirit of the holiday by bringing them to the Victoria Fine Arts Center at 1002 Sam Houston Drive on Sunday, December 5th at 3:30 pm. You can purchase tickets by visiting the Victoria Bach Festival website or by clicking here.
In its 47th season, the Victoria Bach Festival is led by artistic director, Alejandro Hernandez- Valdez.
It won't matter if this is your first time or your hundredth time attending a Victoria Bach Festival performance, it will be music to your ears and every performance leaves a special place in your heart. And what is more Christmas than that?