Palmetto Bay,Florida– Old Cutler Presbyterian Church (OCPC) www.ocpc.org hosts its 36th Annual Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 1st with two showtimes at 4:00pm and 7:30pm.
Old Cutler Presbyterian Church invites the city of Miami to enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas during its annual concert performed by an array of musicians and vocalists from their church choir, orchestra, worship band and children’s choir.
“We invite every family in Miami to get together and join us for this beautiful Christmas concert. It’s free and it’s our gift to the community,” says Senior Pastor Dr. Stephen Clark.“Themusical talent we have at our church is amazing and we wanted to share their talents with the community as we celebrate Christmas.”
The Old Cutler Christmas concert is directed by two graduates of the University of Miami Music program and a current professor.
U.M. graduates, Shawn Sutta and Jamie Sutta who are on staff at Old Cutler Church, lead the worship band and choir and plan on injecting the concert with soulful jazz, beautiful solos, and powerful orchestral pieces.
Dr. Dennis Kam, the chair of the Department of Music Theory and Composition at the University of Miami, also a staff member at Old Cutler Church, plans on delivering a healthy blend of traditional orchestra, modern jazz pieces, Christmas favorites and sing-a-longs.
Performances will include selections from Handel’s Messiah, selections from the Nutcracker Suite,“Dreaming of a White Christmas”, “Joy to the World” and many others.
“We’re hoping this concert brings families together, both young and old,” says Shawn Sutta. “We are excited for this opportunity to get some of the city’s greatest musicians together, perform amazing Christmas music, and celebrate a day that is truly special. ”
Located at Old Cutler Presbyterian Church in the Worship Center. 14401 Old Cutler Rd. Miami, FL 33158. Saturday, December 1st at 4:00pm and 7:30pm. Free!
For more information, please contact church office, 305-238-8121.
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