A Celtic Christmas
featuring Emmet Cahill
Monday, December 18, 2017 at 7:00pm
Ebenezer Lutheran Church
Patrons and Friends of the Arts at Ebenezer is thrilled to welcome award-winning Irish tenor, Emmet Cahill to downtown Columbia. He will present “A Celtic Christmas,” an unforgettable evening of seasonal songs and stories sure to get you in the festive spirit. Recalling his many childhood Christmas memories from Ireland, musical highlights will include “Danny Boy,” “The Wexford Carol,” “O Holy Night,” “Silent Night,” and many more.
Emmet is a Sony Music recording artist and is best known as a principal singer with the popular Irish music show, Celtic Thunder. His debut album reached #1 on Amazon, iTunes and the Billboard World Music charts and offers the very best of the traditional Irish repertoire. Don’t miss this unforgettable concert with Ireland’s most exciting young tenor!
Tickets are $20 each. Purchase your tickets in advance through PayPal at the link below. You may also purchase tickets by calling Patrons and Friends of the Arts at (803) 765-9430, ext. 17. Tickets will be available at the door, pending availability.
Love is in the Air!
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:30pm
City Market in the Vista
All you need is love (and a concert!) to get ready for Valentine’s Day. Join David Turner & Friends as they present “Love is in the Air,” a Broadway review featuring love songs from your favorite musicals. Soloists Amy Little and Paul Sewell will make their debut in the 1301 Series. Treat your Valentine to an entertaining show and ticketed dinner after the performance!
Ticket information available soon!
The Georgia Boy Choir
Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 7:00pm
Ebenezer Lutheran Church
Patrons and Friends of the Arts at Ebenezer, Inc. kicks off its 2017-2018 season with The Georgia Boy Choir, which was founded in 2009 under the leadership of David White. Serving over 100 boys in a five-tier music education system, the Georgia Boy Choir strives to achieve the highest possible standard of musical excellence, while instilling in its members a life-long appreciation of music, a keen sense of respect for themselves and others, and the self-discipline necessary to become effective leaders in their families, their communities, and the world. The Choir tours internationally and domestically every year.
This performance is FREE and open to the public. No tickets needed. First come, first served seating.