On December 17th at 7 pm at the Kimmel Center, the Wissahickon High School Camerata will sing WHS Choral Director John Conahan’s new arrangement of the beloved carol, Silent Night, at a Silent Night Sing-In celebrating the song’s 200th anniversary. Mr. Conahan is the brainchild behind the Silent Night Sing-In – a city-wide celebration open to the public to attend and join in the singing. detailed information about the Silent Night Sing-In here.
Photo: Mr. John Conahan with WRTI’s Gregg Whiteside during the 2017 live broadcast
The Camerata also will perform live on WRTI 90.1, December 12th at 12:10 PM. The 35-member ensemble will sing a festive program of holiday music- including a preview of the new Silent Night arrangement.
See the Wissahickon High School Camerata Choir, directed by John Conahan, perform Shawn Kirchner’s Unclouded Day (from Three American Songs) live from WRTI 90.1 below:
Feature photo: WHS Camerata Choir