Members of the Rehoboth Concert Band dust off the chimes and ring in this festive season with the traditional Holiday Peace Concert scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, December 19 at Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach.
Tickets cost $ 20 per person. Children 18 and under are admitted free. To purchase tickets, visit rehobothconcertband.org or pay at the door by cash or check.
Masks will be compulsory for spectators and staff.
Participants can join friends and family to be inspired and entertained with traditional holiday tunes, some with surprising twists, and all the fun and magic this season brings.
Listen closely to âA Stocking Full of Composersâ and find out what happens when too many composers are invited to a Christmas party.
âA Hanukkah Festivalâ will brighten up spirits as three traditional Hanukkah songs are woven into a lively medley with an upbeat tempo that is sure to get your feet started.
Other selections will capture the gamut of holiday emotions, from the quiet introspection of “O Holy Night” to the merry “Christmas with Mozart” antics, to John Lennon’s songs of peace.
âThe music really brings together all the reasons for the season, it will definitely strike a chord with everyone,â said director Sharon Still.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the smaller RCB Baby Band continued to play music by performing a series of free outdoor concerts in various local neighborhoods in Sussex County.
RCB is happily returning to the concert hall to celebrate this holiday season, hoping to inspire peace of heart and unity around the world.
For more information, visit rehobothconcertband.org.