KidSounds, TeenSounds and YouthSounds will perform ‘Season of Lights’ at the Highline Performing Arts Center on Friday, Dec. 6.
KidSounds, YouthSounds and TeenSounds join forces for their annual holiday concert. This program celebrates the light of the season as well as the memories and joy that make the holidays special. It’s a lively musical experience complete with bright costuming, sets and creative choreography. Holiday favorites such as Away in the Manger, Frosty the Snowman, and Home for the Holidays, with all former youth chorus singers invited onstage to join. Special guest, SilverSounds adds to the festive atmosphere.
Families hunting for affordable entertainment will delight and parents looking for a risk-free way to introduce their children to the joys of choral music can rest easy because Northwest Associated Arts youth ticket program lets young people 17 and under in free with a paid adult ticket.
KidSounds, YouthSounds & TeenSounds Northwest demonstrate Northwest Associated Arts’ commitment to providing musical education and performance opportunity for young people from grades 3 through 12 in South King County. Each year the three choruses perform together for two mainstage concerts at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien. In a time of radical funding cuts to music programs in the schools, these ensembles provide an important and life-changing opportunity for students to learn through the discipline of music. Along the way, audiences are delighted with the entertaining performances of these dedicated young singers. The goal of NWAA’s youth choruses is to foster a love of singing by engaging a wide variety of music repertoire. Proper vocal technique, theory and artistry are emphasized with an eye towards developing well-rounded young musicians.
More info here: http://nwassociatedarts.org/ycep/about 
Here are the details:
WHEN: Friday, Dec. 6, 7:00pm
WHERE: Highline Performing Arts Center, located at 401 South 152nd Street, next to Highline High School.
TICKETS: $15 (seniors $10, 17 & under free with a paid adult ticket) www.nwassociatedarts.org  or 206-246-6040Facebook Twitter Subscribe