Grosse Pointe North and South's Annual Holiday Concert and Tea, Dec. 5

Annual Holiday Concert and Tea on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 1 p.m. - Free to the public.


The Mothers’ Club of Grosse Pointe South and the Parents’ Club of Grosse Pointe North invite you to the Annual Holiday Concert and Tea on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 1 p.m.

The popular event will be held in the Grosse Pointe Community Performing Arts Center at Grosse Pointe North High School, 707 Vernier Road.  School is not in session that afternoon so there will be plenty of parking available.

The Annual Holiday Concert and Tea featuring the choirs of both South and North and admission is FREE.

Complimentary coffee, tea, punch, and cookies will be served following the concert.  Homemade holiday cookies will also be available for purchase after the concert. 

This concert is offered as a gift to the community and as a "thank you" for its support of the performing arts in our public schools.   The concert is also an opportunity for the students of both high schools to join together to share their talents and the spirit of the season.

Both North and South choirs will be performing music from holiday standards and favorites as well as up-beat, high-energy production numbers. There will also be special performances from North ensembles AcaFella and CounterPointe. 

South’s Santa Tappers will also be making an appearance!

The concert’s grand finale will be The Messiah’s Hallelujah Chorus, performed by the combined North and South Choirs!

The public is invited to come and enjoy this complimentary event which is the Grosse Pointe community’s traditional kick-off to the holiday season!

For further information, contact Amy Muawad, Event Co-Chair, at 313-522-8062.


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