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Palatine High School Concert Choir

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Our guests are the members of the Palatine High School Concert Choir, directed by Steven Sisak, who last year performed at the White House as part of their holiday celebrations. They were invited back again this year but instead decided to spend some time here in our Levin performance studio, where they’ll perform a program of music for our own holiday celebration. The ensemble has travelled around the world, including to London two year ago and in a few days they’ll cruise to the Bahamas for tour.

Program

Sing We Now of Christmas: Traditional French Carol; Arr: John Leavitt
Pat-a-Pan: Burgundian Carol; Arr: Alf. S. Houkom
Goin’ On a Sleighride: Ralph Blane; Arr: Mac Huff

The Christmas Waltz: Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne; Arr: Paris Rutherford
Up on the Housetop: B.R. Hanby; Arr: Kirby Shaw
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing/Angels We Have Heard on High: Felix Mendelssohn and Charles Wesley/Traditional French Carol; Arr: Dan Ponce for
Straight No Chaser

William Tell Overture: Gioacchino Rossini; Arr: Julie Eschliman
The Awakening: Joseph M. Martin

Chanukah in Santa Monica: Tom Lehrer; Arr: Joshua Jacobson
Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Christmas Carol): M. Leontovich/Peter J. Wilhousky; Arr: Peter J. Wilhousky
Circle of Life, with “Nants’ Ingonyama”: Hans Zimmer and Lebo M, Elton John and Tim Rice;
Arr: Audry Snyder, Mac Huff, Steve Sivak

Jingle Bells; J. Pierpont; Arr: Audrey Snyder
Auld Lang Syne: Traditional Scottish folk song, words by Robert Burns; Arr: Joanna Forbes for the Swingle Singers

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