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JCC's Music and Light Display Brings Holiday Cheer to Downtown

Third Annual Downtown Dazzle: Synchronized lights to Christmas and Hanukkah songs by the Jacksonville Children's Chorus

Published Tuesday, November 14, 2017
 
The Jacksonville Children's Chorus (JCC) continues its tradition of celebrating the holidays downtown by illuminating the outside of its office, located at 225 East Duval Street, with festive lights synchronized to recorded songs of the season performed by the JCC's singers. Holiday, Christmas and Hanukkah songs will be broadcast on 94.5 FM for onlookers to enjoy. 
 
The Third Annual Downtown Dazzle begins Friday, November 24, 2017 and continues through New Year's Eve. Each night at dusk (5:30pm), 12-minute presentations will begin; they will conclude at 9:30 p.m. The synchronized lights are designed by Darren Huffty, a winner of ABC's Great Christmas Light Fight in 2015. Huffty, along with Miller Electric, will bring the building and its downtown block to life. The sponsor for the event this year is Elena Flats, LLC.
 
The JCC hopes that this event will become an annual stop for Jacksonville area families during the holiday season.
 
About the Jacksonville Children's Chorus
The mission of the Jacksonville Children's Chorus is to provide a high-quality, choral music education for children of diverse backgrounds, fostering teamwork, self-discipline, accomplishment and pride while filling an important cultural need in the community and sharing the beauty of the choral art form through artistically excellent performances.

 

Since 1995, the JCC has evolved into a multi-faceted community music program providing the social and cognitive rewards of vocal music and choral participation to area children. Beyond the performance choir program, JCC provides a variety of programs, including weekly Vocal Exploration music classes and the First Coast Honors Choir Festival.

 

For more information, call Carolyn Audije at 904-353-1636, ext. 3 or visit www.JaxChildrensChorus.org.  

 

Contact

Carolyn Bell Audije

(904) 353-1636

carolyn@jaxchildrenschorus.org