Deep Midwinter: Songs from Winter’s Heart

Winter is upon us!  Social Band, Burlington’s lively band of singers, presents its annual winter concert series unapologetically smack dab in the middle of the holiday hubbub. There is no better time to join in song then when we are collectively yearning for a time to be still, to listen, to sing, to reflect and to celebrate.

Saturday, December 22 ~ 7:30pm ~ College Street Congregational Church, Burlington

Sunday, December 23 ~ 3:00pm ~ Richmond Free Library

Social Band tells the story of this beautiful, rich, yet stark season with beautiful carols you may have never heard, contemporary works by Vermont composers that spur the imagination and local pride, stirring songs from the American shape-note tradition and joyful sing-alongs that allow each and every one of us to sing in community.

Social Band, weaves together poetry and song to create a sometimes thoughtful, sometimes joyful, sometimes irreverent hour of choral music. The group strives to draw upon the strengths of classical and folk traditions, and offers a performance that is both refined and a direct expression of feeling – feeding listeners’ hearts and heads.  Encouraging composition has been part of Social Band’s mission from the outset, and much of its repertoire comes from Vermont composers – many of them members of the group. Social Band is directed by Amity Baker.

Advance Tickets: $15 online at https://socialband-dec18.eventbrite.com

Day of the concert: $18 online and at the door

All of our venues are wheelchair accessible. For more information, visit www.socialband.org, find us on Facebook, or call (802) 355-4216.

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