The Joyful Noise concert series will present “The Shamrock and The Daffodil,” a program of songs, poetry and legends from Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Christ Reformed Church in Hagerstown will present the concert Sunday, March 10, at 3 p.m.
The program is a celebration of Saint David’s Day, which is March 1, and Saint Patrick’s Day, which is March 17.
It will feature legends of the saints, as well as poetry by William Yeats, Robert Burns and others, as well as music.
The choirs of Christ Reformed Church and their soloist and readers will join harpist Sally Lay in traditional songs, such as “Danny Boy,” “Comin’ Thro’ the Rye” and “Blue Bells of Scotland,” as well as some lesser-known but traditional songs.
The choirs and readers are under the direction of Moira O’Brien, arts director for Christ Reformed Church, and organist Cheryl Wilson.
The church is at 130 W. Franklin St.
Admission is by free- will offering and a reception will follow.
For more information, call 301-733-4144.
Joyful Noise concert set for March 10
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