CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — The Southern Utah Heritage Choir will perform their annual Christmas concert, “Wonder of Wonders,” at Crimson Cliffs High School in Washington City on Dec. 3-4.
The choir will host Brigham Young University’s Vocal Point, the award-winning and internationally acclaimed male a cappella vocal sensation. Vocal Point is a highly sought-after performing group whose music videos have reached over 90 million views. They competed on NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” where they finished in the top five.
“This will be a never-to-be forgotten Christmas experience,” said Tami Creamer, the choir’s artistic director. “We are very excited for our upcoming concert featuring BYU’s Vocal Point.”
Creamer said that two years ago, she began planning this event, but because of COVID, it had to be delayed.
“I am so happy to be working with this wonderful group of men in creating an amazing concert that will thrill people of all ages in a must-see event for the Christmas season,” she said.
Performances are scheduled for Dec. 3-4 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinée Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. General admission tickets are now on sale for $20 per person on the choir’s website or from choir members.
“Our concert venue at Crimson Cliffs High School offers a beautiful new auditorium for your comfort and pleasure,” Creamer said.
Crimson Cliffs High School is located at 4430 S. Crimson Cliffs Way in Washington City.
The Southern Utah Heritage Choir is under the direction of principal conductor Dr. Ken Peterson and assistant conductor Kathy Brown, with accompanist and artistic director Tami Creamer, Karen Kennedy at the organ and Jennifer Redfearn assisting at the piano.
The choir is the recipient of “Utah’s Best of State 2020 Award.” The talent of 200 vocalists have elevated the choir to a position of high regard throughout the community as it has thrilled audiences locally and abroad with inspirational and uplifting music. This Christmas concert will begin the choir’s 28th anniversary season.
The choir also invites the public to a free Christmas fireside performance, “Sing We Noel,” on Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the St. George Tabernacle.
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