JM Holiday Spectacular ‘Monarch Tidings’ Set

Students in John Marshall High School’s music department are ready to ring in the holidays with “Monarch Tidings” Thursday night at the JM Center for Performing Arts. Seated, from left, are Kailey Filben and Andrew Rice. Standing, from left, are Taylor Sessums, Dharma Cox, JoJo Brosky, Larissa Magers and Creed Kidney.

GLEN DALE — The John Marshall High School Music Department is pleased to invite the public to celebrate the holiday season at a combined Christmas concert. “Monarch Tidings” takes place at 6 p.m. on Thursday in the JM Center for Performing Arts.

This student-produced, one-night-only event will feature selections from a combination of ensembles including concert band, steel band, concert choir, Monarch choir, chamber orchestra, string orchestra and symphony orchestra. WJMH Media students JoJo Brosky and Logan Riggenbach will host the show.

Festive tunes such as “Christmas Vacation” and “Skating” along with well-known favorites “Happy Xmas (War is Over),” Irving Berlin’s “Christmas,” “The Christmas Waltz” and “My Favorite Things” will deck the halls of the Center for Performing Arts with Christmas cheer.

WJMH Media will record the entire concert. The production will be shown in its entirety on WLUTV, West Liberty University’s TV station on Comcast Xfinity channel 14, around Christmastime.

This holiday concert is open to the public, and an admission fee will be charged at the door. Enhance your Christmas season by attending “Monarch Tidings.”


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