KSO: Christmas with the KSO

Sat December 16, 2023  to Sun December 17, 2023
2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Sagebrush Theatre (1300 9 Ave, Kamloops, BC V2C 3X5, Canada)
Arts & Culture, Musical Performance
Kamloops Symphony


Get into the holiday spirit with our annual celebration of the festive season! Featuring the KSO Chorus and students from the Kamloops Symphony Music School, this concert boasts a sparklingly jolly programme with traditional hits from the Baroque to today.

FEATURING

Dina Gilbert, conductor
Ingrid Mapson, vocalist
KSO Chorus

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

J.S. BachBrandenburg Concerto No. 3
Leopold MozartToy Symphony
Johann StraussRadetzky March
Robert Shaw: The Many Moods of Christmas
And more festive surprises


Sagebrush Theatre
City Centre

About Sagebrush Theatre

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Located at 1300 9th Avenue, Sagebrush Theatre is a 706 seat Proscenium Theatre, jointly owned by the City of Kamloops and the Kamloops/Thompson School District. Western Canada Theatre acts as the management company for the Sagebrush Theatre, and is responsible for its day to day operation.

Sagebrush Theatre is the home to Western Canada Theatre and the Kamloops Symphony Orchestra, as well as many local and international user groups.


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