The Path of Tradition
Join us on Saturday, December 4 at 7:30pm and Sunday, December 5 at 4:00pm at Lutheran Church of the Reformation for The Path of Tradition, the next concert in our 2021-22 Season. The performance will feature holiday favorites alongside new literature for the season. A cherished carol or fireside tune can evoke memories of family gatherings, warm homes filled with laughter and light, and traditions of faith and spirituality. It is a welcome return to in-person concerts for the Chorale and will be a great way to kick off the holiday season.
We intend to perform The Path of Tradition in person on both days. In order to do that, we are requiring proof of vaccination and masking for all attendees, as well as limiting the capacity of each concert to allow for distancing. Specific requirements for all policies are listed at the bottom of this page. We do not have the capacity to accept negative COVID-19 Test Results in lieu of vaccination. Unfortunately, this also means that children who are not fully vaccinated cannot attend.
Because of that, we are also offering an On-Demand ticket option for those who cannot or choose not to attend this concert in person. By purchasing this ticket, you will receive a link to the live-stream of the concert on Sunday, December 5 at 4:00pm, which will be available to watch at any time after that point. Everyone who purchases a ticket to attend in person will also receive access to the On Demand options. If for some reason we encounter technical difficulties, you will receive a recording to watch the concert instead before December 17. Thank you for your patience as we try something new!
This is a pay-what-you-can performance with suggested ticket prices. You can edit the ticket price if you would like to pay a different amount.
If you have any questions about the outlined policies, aren't sure which ticket to buy, or need to inquire about refunds, please contact us at email@example.com.
Hodie Christus Natus Est Kola Owolabi
I Sing of a Maiden Kevin Allen
No la debemos dormir Christina Whitten Thomas
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear Valerie Capers
Carol of the Bells arr. Peter J. Wilhousky
Ding Dong! Merrily on High arr. David Wilcocks
In Dulci Jubilo arr. R. L. Pearsall
Good King Wenceslas arr. David Willcocks
Myn lyking R. R. Terry
The Holly and the Ivy arr. H. Walford Davies
The Twelve Days of Christmas arr. John Rutter
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas arr. Doug Andrews
Silent Night Traditional