For Immediate Release

December 3, 2012

Contact:  Laura Huckin, 307-774-5497,

Celebrate the Season with Music!

Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir and Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra perform two free
concerts this month.
JACKSON, WY.  The Community is invited to two free and festive holiday concerts, Sounds
of the Season, by Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir and the Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra
this holiday season!  This is the second collaborative concert by these two ensembles and
will include appearances by Treble Voices – an all-women’s vocal ensemble – and the Jackson
Hold Brass Quintet.  Classic repertoire and festive holiday favorites round out this program
performed by local talent.  Performances take place Sunday, December 16 at 3 PM and Tuesday,
December 18 at 7 PM in Walk Festival Hall, Teton Village.  Admission is free, all ages are
welcome.  For more information, please visit
I’m delighted by this opportunity for Cathedral Voices to celebrate the holidays with the
Symphony Orchestra,” said Laura Huckin, Artistic Director for Cathedral Voices Chamber
Choir.  “Each ensemble is offering something unique for audiences to enjoy.  The choirs
are exploring classic holiday favorites – many in their original languages – from other parts
of the world.”
The concert program features a variety of repertoire, including Sergei Rachmaninoff’s
Ave Maria (Bogorditse Devo) for a cappella voices, Richard Strauss’s Solemn Entry
arranged for brass, and a Thomas Morley renaissance round arranged for strings.  The concert
program closes with a lively Nigerian carol including percussion performed by members from
Woontanara West African Dance and Drum.
Sounds of the Season will be performed twice – Sunday, December 16 at 3 PM, and again on
Tuesday, December 18 at 7 PM.  Both concerts are in Walk Festival Hall, and are free.  For
more information, including parking details, be sure to visit
These free community music concerts would not be possible without the support of the
Wyoming Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Old Bill’s Fun Run, Cultural
Council of Jackson Hole/Town and County Arts for All, and many individuals and businesses
that support free, live music in Teton County.