The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Mélanie Léonard, continues its 43rd season with two performances on Dec. 1.
The Holiday Family Matinée concert, sponsored by Sudbury Living Magazine, is child friendly and will feature pre-concert activities including face painting, an instrument petting zoo and games.
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The Holiday Family Matinée concert will take place at 1 p.m. on Dec. 1 at the Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University.
Audience members will be treated to holiday classics, such as Sleigh Ride, Christmas Festival, Carol of the Bells, and a sing-along.
Family pack tickets are $50 for two children and two adults.
The full orchestra, which includes over 30 volunteer and professional musicians from the Greater Sudbury region and beyond, will take the stage again at 7:30 p.m. for A Classic Noël concert, with special guest Pamela Teed, soprano.
Tickets are available online by phoning the Symphony office at 705-673-1280 or online at SudburySymphony.com.
12 Days of Kindness returns
Sudbury.com is excited to bring back its 12 Days of Kindness supported by @homeEnergy. Beginning Dec. 6, watch as we surprise a deserving person, family or organization with an act of kindness each weekday morning leading up to Christmas.
If you would like to nominate someone special, or if you'd like to watch all our past AOK videos, visit sudbury.com/aok.