It may be cold outside, but the Idaho State Civic Symphony will be presenting holiday music that will warm you up on the inside tomorrow night.

Their annual holiday concert will also feature the Camerata Singers and the ISU Choirs for" Joy to the World: An ISU Christmas."

Some of the numbers that will be performed include, “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” “Sleigh Ride,” and “Joy to the World.”

There will be two performances, Friday and Saturday both at 7:30pm.

Symphony Director Doctor Julie Sorensen says that no matter what your holiday tastes are, there’s something for everyone.

"Really, the nice thing about something like this is whether you celebrate Winter Solstice, or Christmas, or Hanukkah, it's still a place to come together as a community and to be able to rejoice in the season,” explains Sorensen, “and it's been something that's been done throughout the generations. People have come out around their pianos and played and sung together and that's exactly what the carols are really meant to do. It's a community coming together to celebrate."

Tickets are almost gone, but you can get yours at thesymphony.us or by calling the ISU box office at (208) 282-3595.

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