This Sunday evening at 7, the Mount Pulaski Community Choir will present the cantata "What Sweeter Music" at the Mount Pulaski Christian Church. 

"What Sweeter Music — A Festival of Carols" will be a sumptuous feast of 15 English, German and French carols plus several new songs from the pen of one of the generation’s master composers, Mark Hayes. An accomplished musical dramatist, Hayes provides sensitive underscoring to continue the musical flow between movements as male and female narrators share the beloved Christmas story. Some of the carols included are "Angels We Have Heard on High," "Still, Still, Still," "Away in the Manger," "O Holy Night," and many more. The choir will be accompanied by pianist Becky Kunkan and orchestra. Directors are Beth Anderson and Claus Tanner.

Photo and program information provided by Phil Bertoni    (Click on image to enlarge.) 

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