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Catch all five College of Southern Maryland fall student ensemble performances for $15 for all ages. All performances are at 8 p.m. in the fine arts building theater on the La Plata campus at 8730 Mitchell Road.
On Nov. 30, CSM’s barbershop chorus Southern Mix, under the new directorship of Paul Douglass, presents “Winter in Barbershop Harmony,” an evening of traditional and winter barbershop favorites featuring members of local public school a cappella ensembles.
On Dec. 3, CSM’s Dance Ensemble presents “Memories of the Seasons” as members dance a medley of contemporary and classical dances with music spanning the fall and winter seasons and the holidays contained within. The choreography will focus on gifts, dolls and other toys. Audience members are encouraged to bring a toy donation for the Children’s Aid Society.
On Dec. 6, CSM’s Chorale, under the new directorship of Krystal McCoy, presents “Music of the Season” featuring lush arrangements of famous lullabies, jazzy arrangements of seasonal favorites and excerpts from “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”.
On Dec. 7, CSM’s jazz ensemble Solid Brass presents “A Cool Christmas Concert: A Big Band Holiday Celebration,” which features performances of holiday jazz and classic big band numbers.
And on Dec. 8, CSM’s Latin Ensemble, Ritmo Caché, presents “Musica Caliente! An Evening of Latin Pop,” which features music by Selena, Eddie Palmieri, Rubén Blades and other Latin pop stars, and a new song by Southern Maryland composer Brian Scott. The concert will also feature the debut performances of the Ritmo Caché Combo and Conjunto.
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