Music Boosters’ Pagosa Springs Symphonic Band and wonderful cast of singers have been rehearsing for months and are ready to dazzle their audiences this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts in their presentation of “Hollydaze.”
Tickets are now on sale at the Chamber office and at the Center for the Arts for $12 for adults and $5 for children and students.
“Hollydaze””is a lively variety show that will bring a combination of your favorite holiday and Broadway tunes. The new Pagosa Springs Symphonic Band will show off their skills with some beautiful arrangements of your favorite holiday songs, “Joy to the World,” “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” “The Night Before Christmas” and “Jingle Bells.”
“Hollydaze” will also feature a terrific four piano ensemble that includes the talents of Sue Anderson, Venita Burch, Kathleen Isberg and Sally Neel playing “Ukrainian Bell Carol” and “March of the Toys.”
The Broadway list includes selections from “Jersey Boys,” “Hairspray,” “Cats,” “The Lion King,” as well as special solos from “Man of La Mancha,” “Showboat,” “Phantom of the Opera” and others.
There is no doubt that you will be entertained, inspired and impressed by the incredible talent residing right here in Pagosa Springs.
“We always have fun providing shows for our audiences,” says program director, Dale Johnson. “The holiday season always brings the most vibrant and delightful music to the forefront, making everyone want to join in and sing along.”
“Hollydaze” will feature some of your favorite singers and instrumentalists who will bring their talents to the stage in an evening of musical delights.
Come celebrate the season with Music Boosters in the beautiful Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, located at 2313 Eagle Drive. The venue is beautifully decorated for Christmas and provides the perfect atmosphere for this evening of music and dance. Music Boosters has been a part of the Pagosa Springs art scene for the past 22 years, bringing high quality musical theater to the community. Proceeds from the evening will be donated to assist the public school arts programs and provide scholarships for selected students majoring in the arts.