Perrysburg Symphony to host Christmas concert Dec. 10
Article from Sentinel-Tribune
PERRYSBURG — The Grace United Methodist Church at 601 East Boundary St., will host a Christmas concert on Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. in the Life Center.
Gene Trantham, PhD, will conduct the Perrysburg Symphony Orchestra for the event. Trantham is an associate professor of music (theory) at Bowling Green State University. He is the author of several articles, and was the former director of the Perrysburg Symphony Chorale. Adding to the evening’s venue in addition will be a joint choir from the Good Company Ensemble and the Grace United Church Choir lead by Karen T. Biscay, and Mitch Tyson respectively. The choirs and orchestra have chosen traditional Christmas pieces for the event. The concert will conclude with a traditional sing-along.
The orchestra was founded in 1961 by Juliet Beck, Thelma Smith and Robert Boyd. The symphony is a community-based, community-supported musical organization dedicated to providing an opportunity for talented area musicians to perform in a semi-professional orchestra through a variety of high quality concerts and program which augments the cultural life of the community.
Tickets can be purchased at the door: Adults $10, seniors $10,
students admitted free.
The Life Center is handicapped accessible and there is ample parking.