Free Christmas Concert in Hoboken: The Dominoes - St Dominic Academy Glee Club

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When:

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Saturday, December 7

Where:

Ss Peter and Paul Church, 404 Hudson Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
One block west of Washington Street at Fourth Street, a short walk from the PATH Train (Hoboken) and near 22, 126 and 89 bus routes at Washington St and Fourth Street.

Description:

Join the 30-member choral ensemble of St Dominic Academy Glee Club for a joyous evening of Advent and Christmas musical favorites.

The Church of Ss Peter and Paul in Hoboken welcomes this ensemble of talented young ladies for an exceptional concert on December 7, 2013. Under the direction of Joseph Napoli, the Dominoes will provide music at the Saturday 5PM Mass immediately followed by a free concert. 

The Church of Ss Peter and Paul has acquired an enviable reputation for its music program and the hosting of outstanding performance from the West Point Miltary Academy Cadet Choir to internationally acclaimed concert pianist Dr Indrek Laul and the crowd-pleasing "Baroque to Broadway" summer concert by the parish cantor team. 

An early-evening music gathering for the family or a prelude to a long night of cheerful partying in town for adults, this free concert steps away from the waterfront is sure to raise your spirits as the Christmas season begins!

The Dominoes

The Dominoes are a nationally renowned female chamber choir.  They have performed, by invitation, seven times at Carnegie Hall and will perform there for the fifth consecutive year and eighth time on Sunday, May 26th, 2013. Other notable New York City performance venues include Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the General Assembly of the United Nations, Saint Malachy’s Church in the theater district (the “Actor’s Chapel”), the Waldorf-Astoria, and Radio City, where they opened the annual Christmas Spectacular.

In January, 2008, the Dominoes were invited by the Barack Obama campaign to perform at Obama’s appearance at Saint Peter’s College. The next day, the Dominoes sang for and met the future president.

Other high profile performances include a featured number with international star Andre Rieu at the Nassau Coliseum in June, 2010, and television performances on Fox 5’s Good Day New York and News 12 New Jersey’s “Sounds of the Season”. The Dominoes sang carols with recording star Tim Janis for the benefit of the Salvation Army at Rockefeller Center in December, 2011.  

The Dominoes were the featured choir at the Archdiocese of Newark’s Schools Personnel Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart on October 7th 2011 and a week later opened the first annual Golden Door Film Festival at the Landmark New Jersey Loew’s Theater.

Details:

$0.00 Admission is free. Seating is first come, first serve. No ticket necessary.
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