by Mark Schrull
12/21/12 Sheffield Village, Ohio – There is nothing like going to a Christmas concert to get you in the mood for Christmas. This evening, LifeInLorain attended a good one – The TrueNorth Christmas Concert, which featured the TrueNorth Chorale, Symphony, and Jazz Ensemble.
The Concert took place at
TrueNorth Cultural Arts
French Creek Nature & Arts Center
4530 Colorado Ave.
Sheffield Village, OH 44054
The setting and venue was very small and intimate, almost as if you were sitting with the talented musicians.
The TrueNorth Chorale and Symphony is directed by Rick Fortney.
The TrueNorth Jazz Ensemble is directed by Eric Dregne.
Definitely a delight to the ears, there was Christmas music for everyone. From traditional well-known Christmas carols like Away in the Manger and
O Come All Ye Faithful, to Symphony pieces like Magnificat with a solo by
The music was great and the atmosphere was festive. Here are a few more photos.
This is post 21 of The Christmas Post Project. Merry Christmas!
More about the Christmas project here: http://wp.me/p2h4iA-hK
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Update: Click to view Chorale and Symphony performing
The First Noel http://youtu.be/ZUWNvIwNx6U
Update: Click here to view TrueNorth Jazz Ensemble performing
Christmas Time Is Here http://youtu.be/42j2pUkduR4