Lee University Presents A Christmas Carol Dec. 2

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Lee University’s annual “A Classic Christmas” will be held on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. in the Conn Center.

The first half of this year's program will feature Gerald Finzi's “In Terra Pax,” a Christmas cantata that celebrates the birth of Christ. This work will be performed by the Lee University Choral Union and Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Cameron F. LaBarr. The orchestra will be prepared by Maestro Robert Bernhardt. Soloists in this work are Loralee Songer and Tony Deaton. 

The second half of the program will include various arrangements of familiar Christmas carols and other Christmas works. Among those are: “I Saw Three Ships,” “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” “O Holy Night” and “In the Bleak Midwinter.” The Ladies of Lee will perform under the direction of Dr. Loralee Songer, and Dr. Bill Green will conduct the Lee Chorale.  

The program will conclude with “O Holy Night” for chorus, orchestra, and soloist. 

Admission to “A Classic Christmas” is free of charge, but tickets are required due to limited seating. Tickets can be obtained at the Dixon Center box office from 3-6 p.m.  Any remaining tickets will be available in the Conn Center lobby on Sunday at 2 p.m., one hour before the performance. 

“A Classic Christmas” will be streamed live at www.leeuniversity.edu/video

For will-call service, call 614-8343 during box office hours. For more information, call 614-8240.


Newly Formed Women's Chorus Now Taking Registration

The Signal Mountain Women's Chorus, directed by Trish Ferrell Wileman, is now taking registrations for new members. Rehearsals begin Thursday, June 4, at 6 p.m. at the Mountain Arts Community Center on Signal Mountain. The chorus will rehearse on Thursdays through June and July in preparation for an early August concert. Music will include a variety of styles and genres. ... (click for more)

Nashville Singer/Songwriter Lily Nelsen To Perform At Coolidge Park

The Quinntessential Event Company is hosting a free “Kayak to end Kawasaki Disease” family event at Coolidge Park, Saturday, Sep. 12, and will include kayak, canoe and stand up paddle board races along with an afternoon concert in the park featuring singer/songwriter Lily Nelsen. Kawasaki Disease, also known as Kawasaki syndrome, is a serious illness characterized by inflammation ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Police Detective Karl Fields Terminated On Code Of Conduct Charges

Karl Fields, former Chattanooga Police detective, was terminated on Wednesday, on code of conduct charges. The Chattanooga Police Department received a correspondence from the Hamilton County District Attorney’s Office o n Sept. 4, 2014,  informing it of allegations of inappropriate behavior committed by a CPD investigator during the course of a rape investigation. ... (click for more)

Autopsy Says 5-Year-Old Whitwell Boy Died Of Blunt Force Trauma

An autopsy on five-year-old Lucas Dillon of Whitwell says he died of blunt force trauma. The TBI is investigating the death, which is being treated as a homicide. The child, who lived on Jewell Lane Road, was injured on Saturday and died in a hospital on Monday. Lucas was a student at Whitwell Head Start. (click for more)

Physicians Thank Their Patients On Doctor’s Day

March 30 has been set aside as National Doctors’ Day since 1933 as a time to recognize the contributions made by our physicians. While the recognition is appreciated, our greatest satisfaction comes from caring for our patients.  For 132 years, the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society has been the physicians’ voice as we worked together to improve health of our community. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Look At My April Garden

On this April Fool’s Day, as I take my monthly stroll through my virtual garden, there are gorgeous flowers and there are weeds, which appear to be trying harder than the flowers. So let’s see what we find before searching for “The Prize Egg” on Sunday. A FLOWER to the New York cab driver who told a young writer, “Always remember that everyone you meet knows something that you ... (click for more)