This Bucks County Choir Group Just Performed at One of the Most Famous Churches in the Country

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The concert took place in a perfect setting for the holidays.

A choir group from a Bucks County high school just performed a Christmas concert in one of the country’s most famous churches.

The Pennsbury High School Concert Choir, Treble Choir, and Chamber Choir recently travelled to New York City to perform classic Christmas pieces at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, located at 5th Avenue in Manhattan. One of the country’s oldest and most well-known churches, it serves as a popular location for such shows.

“The choirs, under the direction of James Moyer and Lindsey Strauss, with Joshua Suslak, accompanist, performed James Whitbourn’s Missa Carolae,” the school district said online.

“Other pieces included Ding! Dong! Merrily on High; Carol of the Bells; Lully, Lulla, Lullay; Lirum, Lirum; En Natus Est Emmanuel; Alleluia; Psallite; Still, Still Still.”

The show took place on Dec. 7 at the famous cathedral. This is one of many major shows the school district’s choir programs have traveled to perform. As the holidays come closer, shows such as these serve as a reminder of the music and arts that make them such a special time of the year.

Learn more about the recent show at the official website of the Pennsbury School District.

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