The Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union presents Candy Cane Express with the Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday, December 4 at 2 p.m. at the Victory Theatre.
This magical one-hour matinee is designed especially for families with children and includes soprano Katherine Polit with appearances by the Evansville Philharmonic Chorus, Evansville Children’s Choir, Children’s Center of Dance Education, plus a visit from Santa Claus!
Hear holiday favorites including Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas from Home Alone 2, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, selections from FROZEN, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, and Selections from The Nutcracker.
Concert Sponsor is Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union.
Adult tickets range from $25 - $35 and all children and students are free (while available). For tickets and additional information, call 812-425.5050, Ext 300 or order online here.
Don’s Claytons Coat-A-Kid
The EPO partners again this year with Don’s Claytons Coat-A-Kid Drive to bring Christmas cheer and warmth to those in need by collecting donated new or gently used coats at this concert. We will also collect gloves, hats, and scarves. Donations will be accepted at the Victory’s 6th Street Lobby entrance and the Main Street Lobby entrance prior to the concert. Remember, your old coats can make a warm difference in the lives of someone in need.
About the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra:
Under the continued leadership of Music Director Roger Kalia, the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra has become the largest non-profit performing arts institution in the Tri-State area with a commitment to artistic excellence, diverse and creative programming inside and outside its historic Victory Theatre home, its engagement with communities throughout the state of Indiana
and its ambitious approaches to music education, performance, and collaboration. In the decades since its founding in 1934, the EPO has presented a range of classical, pops, family, diversity, and holiday programming to thousands of people each year.