From a 7-octave handbell choir to renowned soprano Janice Chandler Eteme, the Choral Arts Society of Washington returns to the Kennedy Center with their annual Christmas concerts. Titled "Joyeux Noël: A Holiday Celebration with a French Twist!" the program features the musical heritage of French carols, along with familiar Christmas sing-alongs and the world premiere of a work that features Ms. Chandler Eteme as soloist. WETA evening host Nicole LaCroix talks with CASW founder and artistic director Norman Scribner about what to expect.
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