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John Marshall High School To Continue Tradition With Monarch Tidings Concert

Photo Provided - Pictured from left seated: Kaleb Humes, Trixie Calissie and Olivia Miller. Standing from left: Trishtan Markey, Sydney Coss, Issac Perry and Chris Evans.

The John Marshall High School Music Department is inviting the public to celebrate the holidays at a combined Christmas concert.

The fourth annual Monarch Tidings takes place at 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday in the JM Center for Performing Arts in Glen Dale.

This student-produced, one day 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. Andrew Beckett and Gabriel Garrison will serve as hosts of the show.

Festive tunes such as “Santa’s On His Way” and “A Holiday Festival” along with well-known favorites “We Three Kings,” “Jolly Old St. Nick” and “Joy to the World” will deck the halls of the CPA with Christmas cheer.

WJMH Media will record the concert. The production will be shown in its entirety on the WJMH Media YouTube page beginning Tuesday, Dec. 14. It can also be viewed on WLU- TV, West Liberty University’s TV station on Xfinity channel 14, and topperstation.com around Christmastime.

This holiday concert is open to the public and an admission fee will be charged. Tickets can be purchased online at johnmarshallhs.com or at the door. To allow full capacity, anyone attending the performance must wear a mask. Any type of recording or social media posting of the concert is prohibited.


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