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Imagine an evening beginning with
the thunderous opening of the Exodus
Steel Orchestra, or one that ends with
the angelic voices of the Marionette s
Chorale---that s what Queen s Hall and
its spectrum of performances have in
store this holiday season.
This year s programme is not your typ-
ical Christmas line up and according to
Yvonne Roberts-White, general manager
at the performing arts centre, they are
"stretching the spectrum" by cleverly
combining classical holiday performances
as well as locally developed musical plays.
"There will be a lot of energies at play
here," Roberts-White said in a release.
"The shows are all about bringing together
performances from around the country
to showcase the holiday season with song,
action and plain old fashioned good cheer."
Commencing the festivities is the UTT s
Chorale Rapturous Voices presenting its
feature titled An Enchanting Evening this
Saturday and Sunday.
This will be followed by the Malick Folk
Performers, Exodus Steel Orchestra and
the Signal Hill Alumnae Choir---now
known as MESH, hosting Come All Ye
Faithful II from November 22 to 24.
On November 26, Bishop s Centenary
College will host their first annual Christ-
mas in November concert which will fea-
ture performances from past and present
Guest artistes include Love Movement
singer Jeanine Clarke and former Digicel
Rising Star Leah
The Embassy of
Spain will also be
presenting their 4th
Spanish Concert on
November 29, fea-
from the Cristina
is set to "amaze the
audience with pure
dance when the spirit
of flamenco will dominate the scene" according
to Beatriz Lorenzo Didic, deputy head of mission
at the Embassy.
"On stage we will have the great bailaores
Antonio Molina El Choro, Abel Harana and Luisa
Palacio dancing to the rhythm of Jesus Guerrero s
guitar, along with the voices of Kini de Jerez and
Jesus Corbacho which have filled theatres and halls
the world about," she added.
The 4th Spanish Concert is being produced in
conjunction with the Ministry of Health s National
Organ Transplant Unit which has collaborated with
the Repsol Foundation and the Donation and Trans-
plantation Unit (DTI) of Barcelona, Spain.
Coming into the mix is the melodious voices of
popular male group, H20 Phlo, who will return to
Queen s Hall for their second annual concert titled
This Christmas---A Christmas Story on November
30 and December 1.
This Broadway styled production will feature
guest artistes CAL Invaders, Rembunction, Ray-
mond Edwards and Myron B.
Christmas at Queen s Hall, however, would be
incomplete without the Marionette s Chorale and
the Lydian Singers.
Themed A Christmas Jubilee, The Marionettes
Annual Christmas Concert will run from December
5 to 8 and will feature the Marionettes adult, youth
and children s choirs.
The group will also be premiering There was a
man sent from God, a new original work composed
by assistant musical director, Dr Roger Henry, and
dedicated to the Marionettes on its 50th anniver-
The Lydians will be performing Christmas, A
Season of Love from December 12 to 15 as part of
their plan to open our hearts to each other through
the joy of music and "bringing back de love---Trin-
Guest performances will include The Lydians
Steel Orchestra, Edward Cumberbatch and Muham-
mad Muwakil and Lou Lyons of Freetown Collective.
The Lydians concert will also feature the world
debut of "Await that Star" and "All I want for
Christmas is a Panman" composed by Astra Lynn
A host of other Christmas-themed events await
the avid theatre-afficionado at Queen s Hall.
Bumper festive lineup at Queen's Hall
• For more information about the
shows, ticket prices and times, please
Facebook page at queen's hall events,
the Events Section on Triniberry.com or
call ext. 221 at 624-1284 / 621-5103-4 /
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