Looking for just the right music to get you into the holiday mood? This holiday season the Bronx Library Center will be featuring holiday music as part of its regular Saturday afternoon cultural performances. The following free performances are scheduled in the 150-seat auditorium located on the Concourse Level of this fabulous library.
Saturday, December 19 @ 2:30 p.m.
Members of the Bronx Symphony Orchestra will perform “Music Inspired by Christmas”
George Frederick Handel: Overture and Pastorale from Messiah
Arcangelo Corelli: Christmas Concerto Grosso op. 6 no.8
Four Traditional Christmas Carols (arr. by Bruce Chase)
Mel Torme & Robert Wells: The Christmas Song (arr. by Bruce Chase)
Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Irving Berlin: White Christmas (arr. by Joe Sherman)
Saturday, December 26 @ 2:30 p.m.
The Brass Menagerie Holiday Brass in Concert
Attractively attired in nutcracker and Santa costumes, the Brass Menagerie Holiday Brass will bring cheer to your holiday spirit with festive holiday tunes.
Saturday, January 2 @ 2:30 p.m.
Three Kings Day Performance by Harpbeat
Yes, featuring a harp, hence the name Harpbeat. Harpbeat will take you on a musical journey in celebration of Three Kings Day (Epiphany). The program will include such popular “Aguinaldos” as Lost Tres Santos Reyes, Alegre Vengo and Saludos. Three Kings Day is normally celebrated on January 6 in Latin American countries.
For travel directions, please call 718-579-4244.