Do you like to sing? Want to be a part of a community choir program?
The Rome-Floyd Visitor Center and the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau are still looking for participants for the Fourth Biennial Christmas Candlelight Concert at the Forum in historic Downtown Rome. This free concert will take place Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., and is sponsored by the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau, Rome’s Own Musical Ensembles (R.O.M.E.) and the Forum.
The concert will feature an en mass choir comprised of community, school, church groups and individuals accompanied by a large orchestra led by Sam Baltzer. Doug Walker of the Rome News-Tribune will present the traditional Christmas story from the book of Luke and WRGA’s Nelle Reagan will read One Solitary Life. The program will also feature several soloists.
The concert in 2011 drew a crowd of approximately 2,500 people from around Northwest Georgia.
All choirs and individuals from high school age and up are invited to participate in this non-denominational community event. Traditional Christmas music is sung in response to the reading of the birth of Jesus.
Choir members are asked to wear a solid bright-colored turtleneck and black slacks/skirts.
For more information:
To be a part of the event, participants are asked to sign-up by calling the Rome-Floyd Visitor Center at 706.295.5576 or emailing email@example.com. The deadline to sign-up is Monday, Nov. 25 by 5:00 p.m. A dress rehearsal will be held at the Forum on Monday, Dec. 9 at 6:00 p.m.
For more information, contact the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau at 706.295.5576.