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Jubilee Chorus Christmas Concert Praises the True Reason for the Season

December 21, 2015
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On December, 19 at 7pm, Jubilee Chorus and String Orchestra held their Christmas Concert at German Evangelical Lutheran St. Paul's Church (315 West 22nd Street). 24 Jubilee NYC members performed for their Christmas concert. The rehearsal atmosphere was graceful and their hearts were united and gathered together to praise God.

To begin, the Jubilee String Orchestra performed P. Tchaikovsky's (1840-1893) Nutcracker Suite "Overture Miniature," "March," "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy," "Trepak, Arabian Dance," and "Waltz of the Flowers."
After the orchestra performance, Jubilee Chorus performed "Carol of the Bells," "Amen - Go Tell It on The Mountains," "The Christmas Song," and "Joyful Joyful."

The last performance was a collaboration as Jubilee Chorus and Orchestra performed "Be Still My Soul," "It is Well with My Soul," "Who Would Imagine a King," "Why We Sing," and "Joy To the World". The String Orchestra parts were arranged by Jubilee Chorus composers, Bill Heigen, and pianist, Grace Sun.

Members of the audience shared, "The beauty of the music prompted me to thank God for His beauty and power. Only God can create such marvelous music. May these songs of praise bring glory and comfort to God."

"I was thankful to God that He could use the Jubilee members so gracefully. I wanted to have the program so I could find the songs and listen to them and meditate on some of them. I'm sure Jubilee will create live concert recordings that many people will want to get to remind them of the grace they received."
"In the midst of an atmosphere where Christmas is becoming like any other holidays and losing its true meaning, it was a very joyful night with people who gathered to greet the night of Jesus's birth with songs of praise. I pray that all the music ministries in Jubilee NYC, the biggest city and most secular city in the world, may continue to grow and fill this city with praises."

The Jubilee NYC holds a meeting for the coming 2016 mission plan with directors, staffs, and interns. Please pray for Jubilee NYC's Mission to spread the gospel and God's love through music with new hope.