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110 minutes including intermission, Ages 6+
In Person, Livestream or On Demand
What better way to get into the holiday spirit than with songs of good cheer brought to you by The Swingles? The
Grammy® winners present a banquet of music to keep out the cold, with folk- and jazz-inspired original songs served
alongside traditional carols and festive favorites. The Swingles’ crystalline vocals evoke icebound worlds, blankets of snow
and fireside singalongs.
The unmistakable sound of the Swingles has long been associated with Christmas, and audiences can look forward to music
from six decades of holiday releases including music from their recent holiday album Yule Songs vol. II. Alongside these
seasonal specialties, the program includes favorite pieces from the group’s year-round touring repertoire.
This event will be a homecoming celebration for Swingles member Jon Smith, one of UD’s most successful music alumni.
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