Southern Utah Heritage Choir invites all to ‘Night of all Nights’ Christmas Concert

ST. GEORGE — The Southern Utah Heritage Choir will present its annual Christmas Concert “Night of All Nights” on three evenings: Dec. 11, 13, and 14. All performances will be held in the St. George Tabernacle at 7 p.m.  Admission is free.

During this wonderful Christmas celebration, the Heritage Choir will feature several guest artists.

Jordan Bluth, celebrated tenor soloist from Arizona, will perform on Dec. 13 and Dec. 14.  Mr. Bluth has performed several times previously with the choir and is a favorite soloist for Southern Utah audiences.  He will perform “Ave Maria,” “What Child is This,” and “O Holy Night,” among others.  He will also collaborate with the choir for the audience favorite, “Angels We Have Heard on High.”

In addition to Mr. Bluth, the Choir is pleased to welcome three fabulous soprano soloists for the Dec. 11 concert:  Lizzy Peterson, Bonnie Miller and Amanda White.

The Christmas concerts will be under the direction of Dr. Nancy Allred, with pianists Brandon Lee and Christopher Giles, and organist Karen Cantera.

Dr. Ken Peterson, voice professor from Dixie State University, will be the guest conductor and Dr. Jason Swigert will add his heavenly violin playing to this concert.

The Wesley Ringers Bell Choir, under the direction of Amy Seifert, will also perform two wonderful selections.  This is a concert that is sure to bring in the true spirit of the season as we contemplate the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ through beautiful music.

We invite all to come and join with us for this wonderful evening of Christmas music.

Event details and resources

  • What: “Night of All Nights” Christmas concert
  • When: Dec. 11, 13, and 14 at 7 p.m.
  • Where: St. George Tabernacle, 18 South Main Street, St. George

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