These Performances are Sleigh-ing the Holiday Season

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We’ve taken you to some of the coolest Christmas Tree farms, showed you the best places to shop for presents, guided you to some awesome tree lighting ceremonies, and now we’re going to enrich your soul. If you haven’t already, Sonoma, you need to get out and attend a Christmas concert. We’ve found four of the coolest, most culturally enriching, and potentially under-the-radar performances around.

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

This holiday season the Spreckels Performing Arts Center in Rohnert Park, is producing Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley. One of my favorite novels is Pride and Prejudice and I’m fully ready for nostalgia overload. This time, the story focuses on Elizabeth’s younger sister, Mary. A Christmas treat for all ages, they have showings from now until December 14th.

The Many Colors of Christmas

The Healdsburg Chorus presents “The Many Colors of Christmas” this holiday season. With concerts in Santa Rosa on Saturday, November 30th and Healdsburg on December 7th and 8th, these performances celebrate the wonderful winter season, including Christmas and Hanukkah. Enjoy, and take part in, this wonderful singing performance, and feel the holiday season fill your soul.

The Old World Carolers

The United Methodist Church in Sebastopol presents, for the 34th year, “The Old World Carolers.” A beautiful concert highlighting rare European carols. Don’t worry! They provide song sheets so you can sing along. What says ‘holiday spirit’ more than that? December 7th at 2pm. Tickets are $10 at the door, kids are free, and all proceeds go to charity.

Posada Navideña

Presented by Calidanza, Posada Navideña is a celebration of Mexico’s beautiful Christmas traditions. Experience the folk culture of Mexico with dance, music, and song. December 13th at 7pm at the Ruth Finley Person Theatre in Santa Rosa.

Enrich your holiday season by attending some of these cool and unique events, Sonoma. There is so much to do and see, make sure you get out there and take part. Have a fa-la-la-la-wesome holiday season, Sonoma.