Kevin Jarrett via Flickr You can do better than this for live Christmas music.
Holiday music is easily one of the best parts of the season. Even if you haven't darkened the door of a church in decades, there's still something stirring about those old Christmas carols that you grew up on. You know that you still get a little teary-eyed whenever "Little Drummer Boy" comes on, and spending an evening at a happy-go-lucky holiday concert is a great way to forget about all that credit card debt you're racking up this year.
Instead of just dancing around in your underwear while singing to "Jingle Bell Rock," there are plenty of great Christmas concerts all around Dallas that are performed by people who can actually sing and play instruments other than air guitar, all of which are better options than listening to your Aunt Linda sing "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" after too much eggnog.
Turtle Creek Chorale Presents "Jangled"
City Performance Hall
You can always count on the Turtle Creek Chorale to present an inventive program of music, even during the holiday season when the tunes can start to sound a little stale. This year's program, entitled "Jangled," explores the "messages, noises, pressures, and commitments" that we all deal with during the holidays, and offers a cathartic return to the simplicity of holidays past.More »