Performances

Friday

  • Richard Guy, Organist

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  • Fifth Element Wind Ensemble

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  • Sheldon Dublinaires- The Dublinaires is a small vocal jazz ensemble comprised of nineteen of the best of Sheldon’s vocal musicians. This versatile group has received numerous awards at Heritage Festival competitions up and down the west coast. They spread holiday cheer at numerous community “gigs” in December, and in March they enjoy sharing their school’s Irish heritage through song.

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  • Churchill HS-The Downing Street Singers (DSS) is Churchill High School's advanced contemporary singing ensemble. Throughout the year, this mixed gender group performs various genres of music with an emphasis on Vocal Jazz and Contemporary A'Cappella. DSS performs at many different venues both in and out of the state, including community performances, jazz and a'cappella festivals, sporting events, concerts, and collaborations with other artists. Students in Churchill's Choral program take pride in focusing on excellence in singing techniques and style, as well as contributing to a positive environment in which students can feel safe while developing their craft.

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  • Cascade Middle School + Willamette High School-

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  • Diamond Dames Quartet

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  • Ann Rasmussen

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Saturday

  • Two Harpists - Celtic harp duo, playing for this occasion mostly Christmas music, with Christine Sauer and Meg Graf. The website, for more information on their music, is www.bellafinaensemble.com.

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  • Eugene Mennonite Singers-A group of singers from Eugene Mennonite Church performing advent hymns.

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  • Oregon Children's Girl Choir -

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  • Eugene Gleemen

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  • Farrier Family- The Farriers will sing and perform a variety of Christmas music.

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  • Stacy Wicks

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  • Flutes Extraordiniare

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  • Martha Jenkins

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  • Bill Green

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  • Community of Christ Choir

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  • Jake Callister- Jacob Callister has over 20 years of musical performing experience. He enjoys few things more than playing guitar and singing (especially Christmas music). Jacob’s Crèche performance will be largely traditional carols (with a few appropriate surprises). Sample https://youtu.be/TFAsqPFbcQY

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  • Shasta Session Choir

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  • Hanna & Kristen Ford

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  • Emerald Valley Voices Choir- Emerald Valley Voices is a 30-voice auditioned volunteer choir that celebrates the Mormon choral tradition and aims to make quality choral music accessible to everyone in the community. They sing a variety of music from across traditional choral genres.

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  • Charlotte Booren-

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Sunday

  • West Winds Flute Choir-

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  • Bow & Airo

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  • Grace Notes and Vicki Brabham-Directed and accompanied by accomplished musician Vicki Brabham, the Grace Notes are the small “traveling company” representing the Woman’s Choral Society. Formed in 2008 as an outreach to the community, the Grace Notes go to place’s the larger 100 voice choir cannot. They perform at retirement and long-term care facilities, as well as for community groups and events like the Community Crèche. Grace Notes offer a repertoire of standards, pop, jazz and seasonal favorites that reaches back into the history of the Great American Songbook and American musical theater. Group members love sharing the joy that music brings into their own lives with their audiences.

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  • Nancy Hale-Stewart

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  • Johnson & Christiansen Families

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  • Raven Family Musicians

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  • Stefania Ashby - Prelude for Program

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  • Tri-Stake Choir Music Program

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  • 1st Presidency Christmas Devotional

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