After Hours in December will feature a special holiday performance by the Boy Singers of Maine and Sisters in Song on Saturday, December 9, at 7:00 p.m. at the Main Library. Featuring a variety of holiday themed music performed by these two choral groups, the show will be a lovely and festive event for all ages to enjoy, children through adult.
About the Groups
Sisters in Song is the Portland Conservatory’s young women’s vocal ensemble. Now in its second season, the ensemble offers a wonderful music experience. Choral repertoire is varied, engaging and wide-ranging, including choral songs from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries, world music and vocal jazz. Sisters in Song is conducted by Dr. Carolyn Paulin, who earned her doctorate at the University of Illinois and has had a 40-year career as a conductor and teacher.
Boy Singers of Maine is an esteemed organization with over 30 years of history performing nationally and internationally at locations such as the White House and with the Leningrad Symphony Orchestra. This group provides boys an opportunity to meet peers who love to sing, and to engage with a varied repertoire in a collaborative environment. Boy Singers of Maine is conducted by Paul Schnell, a graduate of Westminister Choir College, who has over 30 years of experience teaching music in the public school system, as well as prior experience with Boy Singers of Maine.
Please note that this event is being help outside of our usual hours of operation. The library will be closed to regular business during this event. After Hours concerts are sponsored by the Friends of the South Portland Public Library. For more information, call Circulation at 767-7660 x 2.