WINTER CAROLS 2022

Directed by Michael Zsoldos

Featuring the BarnArts Chorale

**RESCHEDULED: SATURDAY, Dec 17th, 7pm**

Our planned additional singing, outdoors in Woodstock at 2pm on Saturday is canceled.

All are welcome to join us Saturday night!

First Universalist Church and Society of Barnard
6211, Rt 12, Barnard, VT 

Performances by BarnArts Youth, BarnArts Chorale, Michael Zsoldos & Stephen Stuntz and Trifolium with Andy Mueller, Justin Park & Chloe Powell, and sing-alongs withYOU!

Winter Carols is BarnArts original event and the highlight of our Winter programming. Don’t miss this festive opportunity to join with neighbors and friends and celebrate the season as a community. Winter Carols includes audience sing-alongs as well as instrumental and choral performances.

The 2022 BarnArts Chorale:

Soprano: Willow Carr, Annabel Cellini, Debby Colgan, Anne Dean, Bitsy Harley, Mareen Harwell, Marian Koetsier, Gaby LaRoche, Elizabeth Linsley, Kathy Mahoney

Alto: Barbara Abraham, Alden, Anna Alden, Cassidy Metcalf, Jane Metcalf, Lisa Milligan, Sara Norcross, Carin Park, Alice Roberts, Deborah Rice, Linda Treash, Sally Zwain 

Tenor: Kathleen Dolan, Joanna Kell, Cathy Kwiecinski, Tambrey Vutech

Bass: Chris Cassell, Tyler Harwell, Claes Mattsson, Mark van Gulden

The BarnArts Youth Chorale:

Jasper Cota, Nat Holland, Alma Ringenberg, Joan Ringenberg, Anabelle Park, Charlie Park

 

Please note: masks are required in the audience as we all will be singing, and we want to support everyone’s health for the holidays! Performers will test before the performance.

  Questions? Please contact us.

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The live event took place on Dec 18th, 2020, but the video can be enjoyed anytime!

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Winter Carols is a gift for the community from BarnArts. Please join us!

 

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Based in Woodstock, conductor Michael Zsoldos is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and Michigan State University where he studied with Branford Marsalis. His current performances projects are “Music for Loving: A Tribute to Ben Webster”, the Miro Sprague Quintet and The Convergence Project. Michael composed and performed the music for the 2017 documentary Seeing Through The Wall: Meeting Ourselves in Palestine and Israel. Michael is a lecturer in classical saxophone at Dartmouth, the instrumental arranger of the Dartmouth Gospel Choir, and a faculty member of Interplay Jazz and Arts and the Vermont Jazz Center’s Summer Jazz Workshop, where he teaches jazz improvisation and leads jazz combos.