Get into the seasonal groove with Maine’s own beboppers the Steve Grover Quintet for a night of holiday music featuring traditional carols, Christmas pop favorites, holiday folk traditions, and some surprises.
A favorite holiday tradition at the Chocolate Church. Everyone is welcome to this community sing-a-long.
Saint Mary Schola, of Falmouth, is composed of northern New England’s finest singers and accompanying instrumentalists and performs master works from the medieval, Renaissance, and baroque eras.
The PSQ plays Dvorak’s “Terzetto,” op. 74; Mozart’s String Quartet in C Major, K. 465, “Dissonance”: and Beethoven’s String Quartet in C-sharp Minor, op. 131.
Reminiscent of the popular family shows of Perry Como of the ’60s and ’70s, Mike Willette hosts a magical evening of songs and holiday décor. Willette’s guests sing notable yuletide songs such as “Frosty the Snow Man,” ‘White Christmas,” and many more holiday favorites.
The USM Chamber Singers, USM’s premiere a cappella ensemble, conducted by Robert Russell, presents an annual tradition of sounds of the season.
A special winter solstice celebration with Maine’s own Inanna, Sisters In Rhythm, a percussion and vocal ensemble that celebrates the onset of winter with the drum rhythms of West Africa.
Back by popular demand, the Freeport Community Players brings you its sixth annual tribute to the Golden Age of Radio, featuring original comedies and dramas like The Throbbing Heart, commercial jingles sung by the Swingtones, and lots of great music from the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s.
Nationally recognized conductor Janna Hymes and professional musicians from across the state bring the holiday season alive with traditional classical favorites, guest soloists, chorus, dancers, bell ringers, and a visit from Santa. Snow date Dec. 13.
The Down East Singers have been midcoast Maine’s most acclaimed community chorus for thirty years. For the Christmas season they present Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil.