SSO Holiday Concert is Saturday at SU

SSO Holiday Concert is Saturday at SU

The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra at Salisbury University presents its annual Holiday Concert, “A Fandango Holiday,” 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, in Holloway Hall Auditorium.

Directed by Dr. Jeffrey Schoyen, the performance features the return of guest violinist Anton Miller. The program includes selections from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, Fandangos by Roberto Sierra; Symphonie Espagnole by Eduard Lalo and Hupango by José Moncayo, among others.

The concert culminates SU’s annual Winter Music Festival, “The Holidays with a Twist.”

Miller first performed with the SSO in 2009. Since giving his Carnegie Hall concerto debut with the New Chamber Orchestra of New York, he has appeared throughout the United States and abroad as a soloist, chamber musician, recitalist and teacher.

He gave the world premiere performance in Beijing of Xiogang Ye’s “Last Paradise,” which was recorded for broadcast in Asia and later released on CD. He has made several appearances in Brazil to tour, performing Tchaikovsky, Sibelius and Brahms concertos with the Orchestra Sinfonica de Campinas.

Miller is the co-founder and artistic director of the Three Bridges International Chamber Music Festival in Minnesota and was the artistic co-director of the Silver Bay Festival. He also has taught at the Foulger International Music Academy and the Intensive String Quartet Workshop at New York University, among others.

Admission is $25, $20 for seniors age 60 and older, $10 for SU faculty and staff, and $5 for students and children 18 and under. Advance tickets are available online at SalisburySymphonyOrchestra.org and at the Guerrieri University Center Information Desk.

For more information, call 410-543-8366 or email Tammy Kilgore, SSO manager, at twkilgore@salisbury.edu.

St. Francis Pancake Breakfast is Sunday

St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church and School will be holding its annual Santa Social and Pancake Breakfast on Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 1p.m.

The event will be held in the parish center on Riverside Drive in Salisbury, next door to the church. The All You Care To Eat Pancake Breakfast is just $6 for adults and $4 for children.

There will be free photos with Santa, children’s shopping area, kids crafts, crafters, vendors, 50-50 raffle and the forever famous lemon and peppermint treats to benefit Relay for Life.

Indoor Community Yard Sale is Jan. 7

Table and booth rentals are available now for Wicomico Recreation’s Indoor Community Yard Sale, which is coming up on Saturday, Jan. 7, at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center.

The yard sale will run from 7 a.m. to noon, and admission for members of the public who want to shop is $2 per person. Children younger than 12 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

Reservations for table and booth rentals can be made at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center Box Office, online at WicomicoCivicCenter.org or by phone at 410-548-4911.

Table rentals are $15 and booths are $40 for a 10-foot space including three tables. Set-up for sellers will begin at 4 a.m. the morning of the sale.

There is also an early set-up option, in which sellers can set up from 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 6, for an additional $5.

For more information, contact Allen Swiger at 410-548-4900 x108 or aswiger@wicomicocounty.org.

 

First Zoo Critter Fair is this Saturday

Santa needs your help. Because there are so many people on the nice list this year, Santa has decided to set up a workshop at the Salisbury Zoo.

At this workshop you will be helping Santa create over 15 different craft projects to give as gifts, decorate your home and spread Christmas cheer.

New this year for parents and adults are holiday door swags made from local greenery. Some of the craft projects require a small fee.

The workshop will be held from noon to 4 p.m.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Salisbury Zoo’s Education Department. Call 410-548-3188 for more info.

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