Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra

. November 26, 2013.
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The 'Holiday Pops' concert, now in its second year, continues the recent practice of the Symphony hosting a holiday concert in December. The family-friendly concert will feature the songs of the season including songs from The Nutcracker and uplifting choral performances by Measure for Measure and Skyline High School's Bel Canto and A Cappella Choruses. Gather the whole family for a night of warmth, joy and seasonal celebrations—holiday cheer not included.

8pm. Child and student tickets $22.50, seniors $43 and adults $45. Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave. 734-994-4801. a2so.com

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