Cape May Holiday Concerts 2015

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Cape May, NJ – Who doesn’t want to hear a little holiday music this time of year?  Here are a few spots where you can find some good old fashioned holiday concerts:

December 12, 2015  – White Christmas with the Jersey Shore Pops

3PM Saturday, December 12 at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center in Cape May Court House.

The Jersey Shore Pops – made up of 25 New Jersey professional musicians – perform a White Christmas matinee concert December 12th.   Among the performers , the Cape Harmonaires,  the Dynamic Dueling Violins, and soloists Jacklyn Buckingham and Michelle English.

Cost: $25 to $40,  depending on the seat selection.

December 13, 2015  – Cape May Jazz Vespers All Star Holiday Concert

3PM Sunday, December 13 at the First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, 500 Hughes St., Cape May.

Some top local jazz musicians get together to perform an afternoon of holiday favorites, benefiting the local Food Closet.  The Jazz Vespers All Stars Concert has raised money every December to help a worthy local cause.

Cost: Donate whatever you want to pay. All donations go to help the Food Pantry feed those in need this winter.

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December 4, 2015 – Congress Hall Festival Choir

5:30PM and 8PM, Friday night, December 4th at Congress Hall, Cape May.

These two Friday Night holiday concerts by the Congress Hall Festival choir lead up to the Congress Hall tree lighting ceremony shortly after the 8PM concert.

Cost: Free, but please bring some canned goods for the Cape May Food Closet.

November 28 and December 5, 6, 12, 19, 2015  – Winter Wonderland Concerts

2PM, Saturdays at Congress Hall, Cape May.

For several weeks in a row, young artists perform every Saturday afternoon on Congress Hall’s Veranda, transformed into a Winter Wonderland for the season. Enjoy the young talent and the holiday music while you browse through the Christmas stalls.

Cost: Free

December 16, 2015  – Angelus Chorus

7PM, Wednesday, December 16 at Cape May Convention Hall, Beach Ave. Cape May.

The 65 member Angelus Chorus will perform both traditional and contemporary favorites. The local choir was first formed over 50 years ago to bring Christmas music to a local nursing home.

Cost: Free

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