Let It Snow!

Genworth Symphony Pops


Conductor: Erin R. Freeman

Guest Artists: Richmond Symphony Chorus
Date/Time   Location
Saturday  Dec. 1   8:00 PM     Carpenter Theatre
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Sunday  Dec. 2   3:00 PM     Carpenter Theatre
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The always fresh, annual Richmond Symphony tradition of timeless favorites and holiday surprises will get you in the holiday spirit!

Featuring the local singer-songwriter Susan Greenbaum and the City Singer's Children's Choir.

Susan Greenbaum committed the first sin of musicians: She quit her day job. After working as a corporate executive in Fortune 500 companies, Susan traded her power suits for performing. She has been singing as long as she’s been speaking, growing up in Kansas City, in college at Harvard, and in Boston and Richmond, VA. And now her tax return, under "Occupation," reads, "Singer-songwriter."  Read more...

Based in Richmond, Virginia, City Singers Children’s Choirs perform the highest caliber of distinguished youth choral music from the body of classical, traditional, and modern compositions from around the world. Serving singers in 2nd-12th grades, their mission is to inspire the highest level of artistic choral performance while bringing together youth of the greater Richmond area in a joyful appreciation of their ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity. They are committed to making their choral education experience available to qualified singers regardless of their economic situations.  Now in their 16th performing season, City Singers Children's Choirs has been bringing Richmond area youth together through song since 1996.


ANDERSON   A Christmas Festival
PRAETORIUS   In Dulci Jubilo
BRITTEN   “There is No Rose” from Ceremony of Carols, op. 28
PRAETORIUS   Es ist ein Ros entsprungen, a capella
(Lo, How a Rose e’er Blooming)
BRAHMS, arr. Leinsdorf   Lo How a Rose Er’ Blooming
BRITTEN   “This Little Babe” from Ceremony of Carols, op. 28
DONALD MCCULLOUGH   Go Tell It on the Mountain
GARDNER   Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day
MENOTTI   Shepherd’s Dance from “Amahl and the Night Visitors”
TRADITIONAL   March of the Three Kings
BIZET   “Farandole” from L’Arlésienne : Suite No. 2
SUSAN GREENBAUM, arr. Samson Trinh   Virginia, the Home of My Heart
BENNETT   Many Moods of Christmas: Suite No. 4
ANDERSON   Sleigh Ride
TRADITIONAL, arr. Wilkousky   Carol of the Bells
TRADITIONAL, arr. Carmen Dragon   Jingle Bell Fantasy
TRADITIONAL, arr. Carmen Dragon   Twelve Days of Christmas
SUSAN GREENBAUM, arr. Samson Trinh   You Are My Holiday
LENNON, arr. Samson Trinh   This is Christmas (Happy Xmas)
TRADITIONAL, arr. Carmen Dragon   Christmas Waltz
AUTRY, arr. Ployhar   Here Comes Santa Claus
TRADITIONAL, arr. Lee Norris   Christmas Sing-a-Long II
HANDEL   Messiah: Hallelujah Chorus

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