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Christmas Sing Concert

Doors open at 7:15 pm

Admission: $10 general admission, FREE for Museum members. No advance ticket sales.

Reserved seating for Gold members only (reservations required by Monday, December 16. Contact Joralyn Echols at 267-502-2987 or to reserve your seats).

Seating capacity: 225.

Join us as the Museum continues a Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn family tradition and hosts the “Glencairn Sing,” a Christmas concert open to the public. The program will feature the “Glencairn Horns,” composed of current and former members of the Philadelphia Orchestra (David Bilger on trumpet, Blair Bollinger on bass trombone, Eric Carlson on trombone, and Jeff Lang and Daniel Williams on horn). The Glencairn Horns will play a series of Christmas melodies and chorales that was collected and arranged in the 1920s by Anton Horner, former principal horn with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Other performers include graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia pianist Jungeun Kim, the Academy of the New Church Choral and many more. Readings from the Christmas story and audience caroling will be interspersed throughout the musical offerings.

Image: Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn in Glencairn, c. 1950s. © Glencairn Museum Archives.

Earlier Event: December 12
Homeschool Days | Christmas in the Castle
Later Event: January 5
Epiphany Celebration