Come Home For The Holidays with The Erie Philharmonic
A staple of Erie's yuletide season
Saturday, Dec. 7
This Saturday, The Erie Philharmonic will proudly present two performances of their annual Home for the Holidays concert at the Warner Theatre. A staple of Erie's yuletide season, this year's show is being conducted by Daniel Meyer and directed by Thomas Brooks, with Sarah Purvis providing artistic direction. The whimsical concert is set to incorporate the Erie Contemporary Ballet, the newly formed Erie Junior Philharmonic Chorus, and a "certain jolly man in a red suit." While the matinee has been shortened to one act to make it more easily digestible for families, the second concert remains the Philharmonic's typical two-act performance.
This season's Home for the Holidays show is particularly special, as it includes guest vocalist Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin. Robinson-Martin has spent a career performing and teaching vocals for a wide range of genres, including jazz, gospel, R&B, country, rock, and pop. Her credits and achievements are too numerous to list here, but Robinson-Martin has performed and taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels, nationally and internationally. Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin is a storied performer, making her a perfect fit for the Erie Philharmonic's diverse Home For the Holidays concert. — Aaron Mook
2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. // 811 State St. // Tickets start at $17, $12 for students and children // eriephil.org