Since 1898, The Manitowoc Marine Band has brought together a wide variety of area musicians, from high school students to retirees, amateurs to professionals, to learn and hone their skills in the art of wind band music. Each year, this extraordinary collaboration culminates in a series of local concerts, made freely available for the enrichment and enjoyment of an audience of thousands.
(Friday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance
Celebrate the joyous Christmas season with the Healy family! Hear a variety of instruments including violin, cello, mandolin, guitar, banjo, base, percussion, and piano along with vocal harmonies and a number of musical styles.
One show at 7:00 PM; Doors open at 6:30 PM; Early entry from 6:15 to 6:30 PM.
Get in the Christmas spirit with The Healy Family…come and join us!
The Bernhardt family brings sacred and traditional Christmas songs with instrumental selections with recorder, bells, keyboard, and dulcimer. Sing along to the traditional carols and enjoy the Christmas spirit.
One show at 7:30 PM; Doors open at 6:45 PM; Early entry 6:30 to 6:45 PM.
The four piece classic acoustic rock style of Sweet Acoustics, features some classic Christmas rock, a sample of our favorite tunes, and several traditional Christmas standards. Guest artists include the music support of Randy Kostichka and friends with choir and instrumentation.
Join us for a rockin’ Christmas. This night is full of surprises!
One show at 7:30 PM; doors open at 6:45 PM; Early birds 6:30 to 6:45 PM.
A Cloverton Christmas – one of our favorite Christmas shows of the year! Cloverton gave Leonard Cohen’s timeless classic “Hallelujah” a Christmas makeover and the result is a truly moving cover. The guys take Cohen’s iconic melody and infuse it with lyrics chronicling the birth of Jesus.
One show at 7:00 PM; Doors open at 6:00 PM
*The Family is pleased to be co-sponsoring this event!
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