Community Christmas Concert Series starts Nov. 28

  • Barb Sorensen returns to venues across the Northwest surburbs with her annual Community Christmas Concert Series.

    Barb Sorensen returns to venues across the Northwest surburbs with her annual Community Christmas Concert Series. Courtesy of Barb Sorensen

 
 
Posted11/17/2021 5:55 PM

The Community Christmas Concert Series with Barb Sorensen returns starting Sunday, Nov. 28.

The five free classically styled Christmas concerts feature traditional Christmas songs from around the world. The concerts take place in small to large venues in the northwest suburbs.

 

This year's concert lineup includes:

• Sunday, Nov. 28, at 11 a.m. at St. John's United Church of Christ Harmony, 11821 E. Grant Hwy. in Hampshire;

• Saturday, Dec. 4, at 1 p. m. at Pure Juice Cafe, 24 S Evergreen Ave. in Arlington Heights;

• Sunday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. at Busse's Flowers & Gifts, 3445 Kirchoff Road in Rolling Meadows;

• Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. at Camp Reinberg, 1801 N. Quentin Road in Palatine.

All concerts have free parking.

Sorensen is an internationally touring original pop, rock singer and songwriter. Her songs contain hints of her influences growing up in a German household with American music loving parents. She was raised on German folk music, Souza marches, opera, rock 'n' roll, tango, calypso, jazz, ska, and orchestral music. Her music layers rhythms, voices and styles, and pushes the boundaries of her influences with her nonconformist writing style, with fun and insightful lyrics. She has released five albums with a new one coming out in late 2019, featuring 10 tracks of all new adventurous lyrics and music.

Visit www.facebook.com/CCCSemcy

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