On Dec. 18, Tracy Fehr will present her annual holiday concert featuring music centred on the theme of the Christmas Rose – in both traditional favourites, as well as in lesser known medieval and Renaissance seasonal music at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Penticton.
Tracy will be singing several beautiful solos and will also be joined by Seraphim Early Music Ensemble, Olivia Walsh on cello and Dennis Nordlund on piano.
Did you know the Christmas Rose is not actually a rose? That in medieval times, the Christmas rose was the centre of a popular legend, and was used as medicine for purging and dementia? Come and discover a few more serious and silly facts about the Christmas rose through the ages. And join in for a short sing-along.
To add to the holiday spirit, musicians will be costumed by Tracy’s fashion design company, Medieval Fehr.
The Lo How a Rose Christmas Concert takes place Sunday, Dec. 18, 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Pre-sale tickets on Eventbrite.ca. Please email Tracy Fehr: email@example.com if you have any questions.
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