What you should know
- Enjoy “Home Alone” in Concert, CeCe Winans and the Holiday Sing-Along
- Ticket prices vary; Masks, full vaccinations are required to participate
For every “fa” and “la” we hear during the season, and every “lo” that goes high, and all the “funny” ones that crowd their whimsical way into our headspace, the festive fact remains: we want more, so much more, all those delicious Christmas carols all the time.
We want more seasonal songs, more classic Christmas carols, those happy rhapsodies that immediately smell of gingerbread, cinnamon and pine needles.
Finding such happy jingles can be done in several places, from the car radio to the buds in our ears, but finding a live performance is a whole different thing of the funniest kind.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall has long been the ultimate place for personal performances of the most Christmassy kind, and this will continue into 2021 after a one-year hiatus.
The holiday calendar begins on the first Saturday in December at the DTLA landmark with several hall cover, horse-drawn sleigh and chestnut roasted afternoons and evenings.
The “Festival of Carols” opens the Christmas season on December 4th in the sacred hall, while “Home Alone” in Concert brings McCallister-style smiles to the venue on December 10th, 11th and 12th.
Are you adding the waves of acoustic emotion to the 1990 comedy? A live performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic conducted by David Newman.
A Chanticleer Christmas, CeCe Winans: The Kingdom Choir, the Holiday Sing-Along, Handel’s “Messiah”, a “Messiah” Sing-along, Arturo Sandoval Big Band Swinging Holiday, The Doo Wop Project, and New Year’s Eve with Pink Martini are all upcoming calendars .
To learn more about the safety guidelines, visit the Music Center website. Proof of vaccination is required and masks should be worn at each presentation.