Home for the Holidays

Saturday, December 19, 2020 – 7:30 p.m.
Conducted by Daniel Meyer
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Enjoy the magic and joy of the merriest concert of the year from your own home! Daniel Meyer conducts all your favorites from the Palace Theatre. It’s easy to join in, purchase a ticket, we send you a link, just click and enjoy the concert with family and friends.

Anderson: Sleigh Ride
Davis: Deck the Halls
Niles: I Wonder as I Wander
Hanby: Up on a Housetop
Williams: Fantasia on Christmas Carols
Traditional: In the Bleak Mid-Winter
Mel Torme: The Christmas Song
Richman: Hanukkah Celebration
Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Gruber: Calm & Bright (Silent Night)
Guaraldi: Christmas Time is Here
Traditional: The First Noel
Davis: Joy to the World



The concert is presented digitally. How does it work? The WSO performs on the Palace Stage and the concert is streamed to your laptop, tablet, or computer. An email link is sent to you – all you have to do is click and enjoy the show! Visit our FAQ and Technical Pages for more information! *Update: The concert will premiere as planned on December 19, due to changes in gathering guidelines the symphony quickly pivoted and recorded the concert live at the Palace Theatre on December 11 so everyone can safely enjoy this annual event!

Westmoreland Symphony concert is truly ‘Home for the Holidays’ this year Tribune-Review, December 11, 2020




Home for the Holidays Orchestra
Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director, and Conductor

Jason Neukom, acting concertmaster
Dena Miller, acting associate concertmaster
Julia Simeone
Nicole Lennartz

Joshua Huang, acting principal
Samatha Nelson, acting assistant principal
Aaron Blackman
Doug Bevan

David Sinclair, principal
Maja Anstine, acting assistant principal
Ben Schantz
Sasha Shapiro

Nadine Sherman, acting principal
Will Teegarden, acting assistant principal
Christina Chen

Joseph Hernandez, acting principal
Justin Bendel, acting assistant principal

Mike Matteo, principal
Rob Beatty

Brian Gilling

Featured Brass Quintet
Brooke Hettinga, horn
Justin Kohan, trumpet
Matt McCormack, trumpet
Chris Grijalva, trombone
John Coffman, tuba


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