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Starting December 12 and daily through December 23, the Norris Cultural Arts Center will present a 13-day online holiday festival, “A Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival,” featuring local singers, actors, dancers and instrumentalists in a variety of 5-minute performances, culminating in an hour-long program December 24 featuring all 12 performances.
The Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival welcomes the Shout Section Big Band, directed by Brett Dean.
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The Baker’s Dozen Holiday festival features two local chamber music ensembles, Tessera Winds and Vivace Trio, in arrangements of popular Christmas music.
Best-selling children’s book author Sherri Duskey Rinker delivers a dramatic reading of her book, “The Twelve Sleighs of Christmas” as the Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival continues.
The Fox Valley Concert Band’s Brass Quintet joins the Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival with a performance of holiday favorites.
Local singer and guitarist Dennis O’Brien and his longtime performing partner, keyboardist John Paruolo, are joined by talented multi-intrumentalist Glen West in an exclusive performance of customized holiday favorites for the Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival.
Singer and actress Dori Collins joins the Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival in a performance of Christmas songs and poetry.
The Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival features excerpts from the new feature-length film of the beloved ballet, The Nutcracker, performed by dancers from the Beth Fowler School of Dance.
Co-founder and artistic director of the St. Charles-based Kane Repertory Theatre, Daniil Krimer joins the Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival for a reading of “A Cup of Christmas Tea,” by Tom Hegg.
The Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival welcomes a trio of talented local musicians who are affiliated with the St. Charles Singers – Mike and Julie Popplewell and Scott Stevenson.
The Baker’s Dozen Holiday Festival features two solo performers, singer Taylor Sherry and pianist Andrew Blendermann. Taylor sings “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” and Andrew plays a medley of Christmas TV themes.
On Christmas Eve, December 24, the festival culminates in a combined reprise of all 12 episodes in a special, multi-genre holiday program.