As part of the always popular weekend in Geneva that begins each year’s Christmas Season, the Steeple Walk returns from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4.
The renowned Geneva High School Jazz Choir, led by Roxanne Curtis, will perform at the Lutheran Church on Third Street.
The highly accomplished chamber orchestra from Larkin High School Visual & Performing Arts Academy in Elgin, led by Ruth Cavanaugh, will appear at the United Methodist Church on Hamilton and Second Streets.
At the First Church of Christ Scientist on Second and James Streets, the Kristin McFadden trio will present a concert of ever-popular Christmas carols.
Opposite, the Unitarian Universalist Society of Geneva on Second Street will host the Misty River Music Makers: a chorus of women whose style originates in four-part barbershop harmony.
Two audience groups attend 20-minute concerts played simultaneously at the Methodist and Lutheran churches, and change places. They then move to the last performances in the Unitarian and Christian Science churches opposite each other on Second Street Guides lead each group.
Tickets cost $12 and are on sale at the churches, at the Geneva History Center after Nov. 15, and through PayPal.
For more information, please contact Kent Gallagher at email@example.com or 630-208-1622 (land) & 630-269-4555(cell)