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The Annotated Christmas Song Book

The Annotated Christmas Song Book

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Holy Trinity Anglican Church presents The Annotated Christmas Song Book on Saturday, December 18 at 7:30PM, at Holy Trinity Anglican Church Sanctuary Stage, 10037 84 Avenue.

*A Christmas Concert with something more...*

Did you know that "Jingle Bells" was the first song to be sung in outer space? Or that "Good King Wenceslaus" was never intended for Christmas?

Whether ancient or new, the Christmas songs we find so familiar have fascinating histories, origins and stories connected with them.

The Annotated Christmas Song Book presents original musical performances of the songs of the season combined with unexpected stories that make for a unique and entertaining evening of music, laughter and unexpected discovery.

This celebration of Yuletide music and holiday lore is presented in the majestic Sanctuary of Holy Trinity Anglican Church and will let you see the songs that you thought you knew so well in a whole new light.

Catch The Annotated Christmas Song Book podcast. Episodes released daily from November 28 to December 25!

The Annotated Christmas Song Book is a fundraiser for arts programming at Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

Pricing:
All Tickets: $21
Children 12 and Under: Free

No physical or electronic tickets will be provided.You will need to provide your order confirmation at the door.

Holy Trinity Anglican Church is implementing the Restrictions Exemption Program, meaning proof of vaccination with QR code, or a negative rapid test taken within 72 hours will be required at the door for all patrons aged 12 years and older no exceptions. There will also be various safety protocols in place and must be respected for the duration of the performance. By clicking "Buy Now", you are consenting to follow all rules set by Holy Trinity Anglican Church and associates.

Date & Times

  • Sat 12/18/2021 7:30 PM