The Williamson County Symphony Orchestra will be performing it’s second concert series of the year! In our tenth season – The Journey Continues with the Orchestra’s presentation of “A Jubilant Christmas”.

After performing a free concert for the troops and their families at Fort Hood on Saturday, December 10, the Orchestra returns to Williamson County performing in a joint concert with the Leander High School Choir at the high school’s magnificent Don Tew Performing Arts Center on Friday December 16 followed by a performance in the gorgeous sanctuary of St William Catholic Church in Round Rock on Saturday, December 17.

Hear how Christmas melodies were woven together for the Boston Pops, dance to a little Nutcracker, shout Hallelujah, bounce around in a Brazilian sleigh, roast a few chestnuts, and Jingle like Souza would do it – what A Jubilant Christmas concert this will be.

About the Program 
“A Jubilant Christmas” will gloriously open the concert.

Listen to several enchanting dances by Tchaikovsky from “The Nutcracker”. Let Leroy Anderson take you on a memorable “Sleigh Ride”, roast some chestnuts on
an open fire (The Christmas Song) and listen to the grand “Overture to Miracle on 34th Street.”

“O Holy Night” – A Fabulous rendition arranged by Calvin Custer
“Brazilian Sleigh Bells” – Originally composed by Percy Faith and arranged & orchestrated by Dr. Rainey
“Hallelujah Chorus” – From “The Messiah” by George Frederick Handel
“A Christmas Festival” – Written specifically for the Boston Pops Orchestra by Leroy Anderson in 1952

See our full concert schedule with times and locations here.