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Jon McLaughlin, popular singer-songwriter from Hoosier, will join the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO), under the artistic direction of Janna Hymes, for two CSO “Holiday Pops! »Performances Saturday, December 18 at the Westfield High School Auditorium.
The concerts, sponsored by IU Health North Hospital, take place at 3 pm and 7:30 pm The school is located at 18250 N. Union St., Westfield, Indiana.
All tickets are general admission – $ 35 for adults, $ 15 for students (up to grade 12). Visit www.CarmelSymphony.org and follow the link to Eventbrite to purchase tickets for the performances.
“We are more than delighted that this huge audience favorite is joining CSO for ‘Holiday Pops! Hymes exclaimed. “Jon is a local guy from here in Indiana, he went to Anderson University, and he’s just an amazing musician who writes music that touches your soul.
“We’ll be playing a lot of Jon’s vacation arrangements, and his brother Jeff will be joining Jon and the CSO for a few numbers,” she added. “Jeff is a percussion teacher at Westfield, and the school’s Westfield Steel Band will be on stage to perform a song with Jon and a solo selection, so we’re looking forward to that too!”
“Is one of the best ways to celebrate your vacation, featuring some of your most expensive and familiar seasonal sounds,” Hymes said, “so get your tickets now and join us on Dec. 18 at the Westfield High School. This is the year to make ‘Holiday Pops!’ one of your own holiday traditions! “
The Carmel Symphony Orchestra has partnered with the Merciful HELP Center in Hamilton County and will be collecting items during both “Holiday Pops! »Shows benefiting people in need across the region. Spectators are encouraged to add one or more requested items to the holiday shopping lists and bring them to Westfield High School on December 18 to donate:
• covers (new or “liked”)
• new hats and gloves
• new socks and underwear (all sizes / styles)
• hygiene items (toothpaste, toothbrushes, dental floss, deodorant, face or body lotion, soap, shampoo, conditioner, etc.).
Collection bins will be located near the entrance doors to the auditorium for donations to Merciful HELP Center.
“We hope all of our CSO supporters will extend the spirit of the holiday season to those in need and bring one or more items to concerts to contribute to the Merciful HELP Center,” Hymes said. “Merciful HELP will ensure that every donation goes to someone in our area who needs this helping hand right now. “
Learn more about the Carmel Symphony Orchestra on CarmelSymphony.org.
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