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CLASSICAL | "A City Sings for the Season" 

Christmas at Sibley's is a beloved memory for many Rochesterians of a certain age (mine, for example). The jam-packed store may be long gone, but the building remains, and holiday music goes on forever. So they will come together this Sunday afternoon when the Rochester Oratorio Society presents "A City Sings for the Season" in the Sibley Building Atrium. This contemporary holiday concert includes not just the ROS (Eric Townell, director), but also the Hochstein Youth Singers (Maryelle Giese, director), ROCMusic Collaborative (Alexander Pena, director), and the Spiritus Christi Gospel Choir (Paul Boutté, director). Admission to "A City Sings for the Season" is free, but donations of food, clothing, and personal care items will be accepted at the door.

Rochester Oratorio Society presents "A City Sings for the Season," Sunday, December 6 at 3 p.m., Sibley Building Atrium. Free admission.


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