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‘Tis the season

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Doug Mitchell, member of Turtle Creek Chorale for 26 years (Photo courtesy Michael McGary) Longtime TCC member Doug Mitchell finds comfort and joy in annual holiday show RICH LOPEZ|Staff Writer rich@dallasvoice.com Among the seasonal traditions here in Dallas, the annual Turtle Creek Chorale holiday concert is certainly high on the list of must-sees.

This year, the Chorale takes audiences on a journey with Sing for Joy: A Celtic Holiday Celebration. And while the TCC yearly concert is a reliable option for holiday entertainment each year, longtime Chorale member Doug Mitchell points out that it’s not without its surprises each and every year. “The Chorale has had a great track record of coming up with something new while keeping this tradition alive,” Mitchell said. “[Artistic Director] Sean [Baugh] has certainly been great at that this year.

The audience will see the same things they expect in terms of our memorial and ‘Silent Night,’ but we also have some new and different things going on.” The concert will feature guest soloist Chloe Agnew, a founding member of the vocal group Celtic Woman and the traditional Irish/Celtic band Skyland.

Sing for Joy will be performed two nights at the Meyerson Symphony Center — on Dec. 18 and 19. “Sometimes we get wrapped up in our ‘Jingle Bells’ and ‘Baby it’s Cold Outside’ and forget that there are so many stunning holiday traditions from other cultures that make the season special,” Baugh said in the concert announcement. “While this concert will still present some of your favorites, we will introduce some likely unknown but soon-to-be-loved Celtic holiday music to the mix.

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