18th annual Christmas at PC to begin Dec. 2

18th annual Christmas at PC to begin Dec. 2

On December 2, 3 at 7 p.m. and 4 at 3 p.m. 2016, “Come, All Ye Faithful” to hear, witness, and participate in the 18th annual Christmas at PC 2016: Joyful and Triumphant!

The Department of Music at Presbyterian College, which includes choirs, instrumental ensembles, pianists, readers, and organists and bells, work together to create a unique experience for concertgoers as the audience is involved in carol singing with the choirs and orchestra.

Christmas at PC 2016: Joyful and Triumphant! will include a collection of seasonal music specifically selected for this year, this theme, and this audience. On Saturday, Aug. 20, PC’s choral ensemble began preparing for Christmas at PC four months in advance. In September and October, the entire music department combined for weekly rehearsals that becomes daily rehearsals the week following Thanksgiving. These dedicated rehearsals translate into a series of magnificent and uplifting performances during the first weekend of December.

Christmas at PC is an annual long awaited tradition that allows students to break from the stress of finals and the last week of classes to enjoy the spirit of Christmas with friends and professors alike.

The tickets for Christmas at PC 2016: Joyful and Triumphant! are available for purchase on SeatYourself online ticketing.



Presbyterian College is located on a striking 240-acre campus in Clinton, between Columbia and Greenville, S.C. Offering challenging academics and a culture of honor, ethics, and service that prepares students to be leaders in communities, PC offers its students the benefit of engaging with an exceptional faculty who take individual interest in their students’ well-being, both personally and in the classroom. The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy opened in 2010, and is dedicated to the ideals of leadership, honor to the profession, and service to the community. For more information about Presbyterian College, visit www.presby.edu.

Written by Ashley Cowart, a senior English major from Woodruff, S.C.