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Merry musical celebration

9:42 AM, Dec. 6, 2012  |  Comments
The St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church banquet hall in Wausau was alive in 2011 with the sounds of the Madrigal Wassail by the Choralation Choir of the Wausau Conservatory of Music.
The St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church banquet hall in Wausau was alive in 2011 with the sounds of the Madrigal Wassail by the Choralation Choir of the Wausau Conservatory of Music.
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Carols, dancing and some humor will entertain the audience once again as the Choralation Choir of the Wausau Conservatory of Music puts on their Holiday Madrigal Wassail.

The singers are decked out in medieval costumes and serve an array of hot appetizers and a mini dessert platter. Each table in the banquet hall at The Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, 330 McClellan St., is decorated for the season.

Even the concertgoers are welcomed and introduced in the standard style of Renaissance times as "Duke" or "Lady," said Lynn Riska, director of registration at the conservatory.

The third annual event includes plenty of audience interaction. People will leave fed and well-entertained by traditional Christmas carols and a wassail toast with apple cider punch.

Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The cost is $15 per person. Tickets should be purchased in advance so enough food can be available.

Call Riska at 715-845-6279 for more information or visit www.wausauconservatory.org.

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