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Ozark Festival Orchestra Christmas Concert

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The Ozark Festival Orchestra will continue its Christmas tradition with a presentation of "Nine Lessons and Carols" for its Christmas concert, which will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 11 at the First United Methodist Church at 1600 N. Central Ave. in Monett.

This year's performance will include music by Johann Sebastian Bach and arrangements of holiday favorites by British Christmas specialist John Rutter. Joplin soprano Rebecca Leubber, who has performed with the OFO on numerous occasions, will sing solos on "O Holy Night" and the Gounod/Bach setting of "Ave Maria."

Monett community leaders will join music director Ken Meisinger and the orchestra in reading selections of scripture that tell the Christmas story from the Creation and Old Testament prophesies through the familiar travels of the Holy Family.

Ozark Festival Orchestra Christmas Concert

Address : Highway 60 and Highway 71 bypass at Oak Ridge Neosho MO
Phone : 417-626-8194.   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 417-235-8852

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Admission Fee : free, love offering appreciated

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