UW-Stout Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir
Join the UW-Stout Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir in a special evening to commemorate the centennial of World War I. This program, titled “Silent Night”, features mostly music from the United Kingdom, France, and Germany composed during World War I. The program is loosely centered on the Christmas Truce stories, in which soldiers from all sides ceased fire over Christmas to sing Christmas carols, greet each other, and even exchange gifts and socialize.
Popular carols from each of the highlighted countries are included in the musical selection, and the audience will be invited to sing along. The event will be the result of a close collaboration between Stout’s choral program and the Dunn County Historical Society, as well as the Stout University Archives. Both organizations are involved in researching relevant historical materials from Menomonie area — newspaper, event programs, personal letters, photographs and more — some of which will be read during the concert.
An exhibit of images and artifacts will follow the concert, curated by the Dunn County Historical Society, as well as the Stout University Archives.
Cost: $5 tickets at the UW-Stout Service Center or online.
Age: All Ages
Fri. Dec. 7 7pm