The Chattanooga Music Club will be hosting a FREE “Christmas Party” program for the community on November 20, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1505 N Moore Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37411.
The public is encouraged to attend the program featuring the Metropolitan Bells and the Choral Arts Society. This program will also include a Sing Along and a visit from Santa Claus himself!
The Metropolitan Bells, under the direction of Gary Bynum, is an advanced community handbell ensemble made up of auditioned ringers from the Greater Chattanooga area. They play on seven octaves of Malmark bells and seven octaves of Malmark chimes. The purpose of the organization is to bring advanced sacred and secular bell music to the community and to promote the art of bell ringing.
Choral Arts of Chattanooga, under the artistic direction of Darrin Hassevoort, is one of the city’s premier choral groups, founded on the cornerstones of vocal excellence and quality choral literature. Founded by Dr. John Hamm in 1985, Choral Arts has been part of the Chattanooga music scene for over 35 years.
The Chattanooga Music Club was founded in 1896 by a small group of musicians who dedicated the club to stimulating interest in the beauties of art in Chattanooga. CMC holds the distinction of being Tennessee’s oldest music club and has been a prominent part of Chattanooga’s fine arts for 125 years. It continues to offer free music concerts to the public and promote other musical activities for members and guests. CMC is also renowned for major restorations of the Austin Pipe Organ at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium