Thursday, November 22, 2012

2012 Old Cutler Church Christmas Concert

Old Cutler Presbyterian Church (OCPC) presents its 2012 Old Cutler Church Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 1, at 7:30 PM. (Doors open at 7:00 PM)

Enjoy an evening filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas during their annual concert performed by an array of musicians and vocalists from their choir, orchestra, worship band and children’s choir.

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This is always a very popular event that is not to be missed. Attendees should plan to arrive early to guarantee a seat.

“We invite every family in Miami to get together and join us for this beautiful Christmas concert. It’s free and it’s our gift to the community,” says Senior Pastor Dr. Stephen Clark. “The musical talent we have at our church is amazing and we wanted to share their talents with the community as we celebrate Christmas.”

The Old Cutler Christmas concert will be directed by two graduates of the University of Miami Music program and a current professor.

U.M. graduates, Shawn Sutta and Jamie Sutta who are on staff at Old Cutler Church, lead the worship band and choir and plan on injecting the concert with soulful jazz, beautiful solos, and powerful orchestral pieces.

Dr. Dennis Kam, the chair of the Department of Music Theory and Composition at the University of Miami, also a staff member at Old Cutler Church, plans on delivering a healthy blend of traditional orchestra, modern jazz pieces, Christmas favorites and sing-a-longs.

Performances will include selections from the Nutcracker Suite, “Joy to the World”, “Dreaming of a White Christmas” and many others.

This is a great Christmas event where you can enjoy outstanding performances with your neighbors, friends and family.

36th Annual OCPC Christmas Concert
Date: December 1, 2012
Old Cutler Presbyterian Church
14401 Old Cutler Rd
Main Sanctuary

Contact: Church Office
Phone: 305-238-8121

Two Showtimes:
4:00pm - featuring the Children's Choir
7:30pm - featuring the Orchestra

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