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Leelanau Holiday Concerts

Here’s what we know about Holiday concerts in Leelanau this weekend & next. If you know something we don’t, please post it in the comments! Also check out Leelanau Holiday Shopping & Community Events.

Leelanau Community Choir concert, Saturday & Sunday, December 4/5 ~ The Leelanau Community Choir, accompanied by the Tri-County String Quartet and pianist Marion Glover, presents a concert of Christmas music featuring Antonio Vivaldi’s “Gloria”. You can catch the show at Saturday at 7:30 PM at Leland’s Immanuel Lutheran Church or at two shows on Sunday: 3 PM at the Suttons Bay Congregational Church (218 Madison) or at 7 PM in Glen Arbor at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church (6012 Lake St).

Madrigal Christmas, Saturday December 4 ~ The Leelanau Children’s Choir and Leelanau Youth Ensemble present their 18th annual Holiday Tradition, held at the Northport Community Arts Center. Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for students, and free for those younger than five. Tickets are available at Dog Ears Books in Northport, Leelanau Books in Leland, The Painted Bird in Suttons Bay and available at the door.

Northport’s Annual Christmas Concert, Saturday, December 11 at 8pm ~ This traditional family affair at the Northport Community Arts Center will feature the Village Voices and the Northport Community Band. Over 100 performers will fill the auditorium with the sounds of Christmas. You can also catch a show on Sunday the 5th at 3 PM. Tickets are $20 for adults, $5 for students and Northport students are free. Call 231-386-5001. Tickets will be available at the door.

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  1. Ileana
    Ileana says:

    First annual Christmas Celebration in Music & Word, a concert featuring adult and children’s choirs, men’s quartet, soloists, drama and congregation carol singing. Arrange by Bobbie Lange, master of organ and piano performance, University of Michigan.
    Northport Coventant Church at 409 S. Shabwasung, Northport.
    Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 4:00pm. No cost.

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