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Celebrate The Magic Of The Holidays With These Enchanting Candlelight Concerts

Ashlyn Davis Ashlyn Davis

Candlelight concerts

Candlelight will be setting the winter nights aglow with these mesmerizing musical concerts set in some of L.A.’s most beautiful venues.

Step out of the chilly winter nights and into the most exquisite spaces to experience the most treasured holiday classics. The beloved Candlelight series is bringing talented musicians to perform at venues, illuminated with hundreds of candles this December.

Wrap yourself in seasonal nostalgia with awe-inspiring renditions of classics across genres. Take in festive jazz numbers like “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by Ella Fitzgerald and heartwarming tracks from holiday films like “Christmas Time is Here” from A Charlie Brown Christmas. Of course, that includes quintessential winter pieces like Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker, Op. 71.” too.

There’ll be three different series with two concerts in each and they all take place on different days—so you can enjoy them all if that’s your holiday wish! The month kicks off with Candlelight Ballet: Holiday Special ft. “The Nutcracker” and More, featuring traditional Christmas songs by Ludwig van Beethoven and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, performed by the Orchid Quartet. Ballerinas will also take to the stage to capture the essence of the iconic “The Nutcracker”.

Further into the month, the historic Candela La Brea will be filled with the sounds of the Candlelight: Holiday Jazz and Soul Classics feat. Ella Fitzgerald series.

To keep the spirit of the season going, you can experience all the greatest holiday soundtracks played in the ornate Immanuel Presbyterian Church. Candlelight: Holiday Movie Themes ft. “Christmas Time is Here” & More concerts offer an unforgettable way to celebrate hits like Love Actually, White Christmas and Home Alone.

Ring in the season with these truly magical holiday concerts by candlelight!

Candlelight Ballet: Holiday Special ft. “The Nutcracker” and More

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