The Cincinnati Brass Band will perform “A Christmas Music Festival” at Crestview Presbyterian Church, 9463 Cincinnati-Columbus Road, at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15.
Rodney Barbour, Claire Northcut and the Crestview Chancel Choir will also be performing.
Barbour is an accomplished organist whose performing career includes solo concerts of classic organ repertoire, theatre organ music and as the official organist of the Cincinnati Reds. Barbour also serves as director of worship and arts at Crestview Presbyterian Church.
Northcut, 10, is a fourth grader at Mason Intermediate School. She won the 2011 Mason Idol, 2011 Redsfest/Cincinnati’s Got Talent and the 2012 Dayton Dragon’s Dayton Daily News vocal competitions, and recently performed the lead role of Annie in the Beechmont Players production of “Annie.” She will be singing “Christmas Time Is Here,” “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” and “Let It Snow.”
The Crestview Chancel Choir will join the band in four Christmas arrangements: “Sing Gloria,” “Glad Tidings,” “Shepherd’s Pipe Carol” and “Christmas Time Is Here.”
The Cincinnati Brass Band was formed in 1993 to create an opportunity for local brass musicians to play in a traditional British style brass band. There are 35 members of the CBB, including their conductor Anita Cocker Hunt.
For more information about the Cincinnati Brass Band, visit www.cincinnatibrassband.com.
Tickets are not required to attend. However, the church will accept donations.