Start the Christmas season off right, with an inspirational celebration of music by the Cathedral Choral Society.

The National Cathedral will be the beautiful backdrop to three wondrous shows that include Christmas choral music and festive sing-alongs. Conducted by Steven Fox, “Joy of Christmas” will sweep you into the holiday spirit with classical pieces and modern favorites, all accompanied by an organ and brass quintet, Seraph Brass.

Program selections include Ave Maria (Rachmaninoff), On Christmas Night (arr. Ledger), Hymn to the Virgin (Britten), The Blessed Son of God (Vaughan Williams), Hark the Herald Angels Sing, and many more!

DATES: Saturday and Sunday, December 15-16, 2018
TIMES: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat., December 15 | 4 p.m. on Sun., December 16
WHERE: The National Cathedral | 3101 Wisconsin Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.
TICKETS: $25 – $81.50, Purchase online at the performance website.

Know before you go:

  • Advance purchase tickets will be mailed to you so be sure to keep your online confirmation email handy just in case.
  • There are senior and veteran discounts (10 percent), as well as $16 student tickets, available in every section except Premium Nave.
  • Street parking is extremely limited around The National Cathedral. If you drive in, use the underground parking garage ($9 for Saturday visits and $10 for event parking). Additional information about parking garage access and alternative transportation can be found on the Directions and Parking page.
  • The National Cathedral will be decorated for Christmas; bring a good camera to take lots of family photos!

To learn more about visiting The National Cathedral, as well as get more information about other upcoming performances and services, visit the official website.

**All photos in this article are courtesy of The National Cathedral.

Have you been to a previous year’s “Joy of Christmas” recital? What are some of your favorite photo spots? Tell us all about it in the comments below! Better yet, post your pictures from the event!

 

Looking for more to do this season in D.C.? Check out our D.C. Holiday Bucket List!

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