Friday, December 1
élan-elon university vocal jazz
McCrary Theatre, 7:30 p.m.
Feel the excitement as élan takes the stage with rhythm
section and horns presenting songs from Chicago, Earth, Wind
& Fire, Steely Dan, Tower of Power and many others. A mix
of standard, hot swing tunes and a cappella ballads will
round out the evening.
Sunday, December 3
Moravian Christmas Love Feast and Candle
Elon Community Church, 5 p.m.
Brought to North Carolina by early Moravian settlers, this
traditional Christmas fellowship includes candles, carols,
and a simple meal of coffee and a Moravian bun.
Sunday, December 3
Elon University Camerata
Whitley Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
The Camerata present a second performance of A
Celebration of Light, a high point of the holiday
season. A cappella selections from centuries of the choral
art are presented with narration taken from carols from
around the world. This unique, reflective celebration will
warm the heart and refresh the spirit.
Monday, December 4
Art & War, brown bag
Elon West Gallery, 12 - 1 p.m.
The James H. McEwen, Jr. Visual Arts Series
The act of war and its physical and emotional consequences
are examined by a diverse, multigenerational group of
artists. The artists, whose numbers include both veterans and
approach the subject with an extensive array of media and
aesthetic sensibilities. Exhibition continues through January
Saturday, December 9
North Carolina Symphony Holiday Pops
William Henry Curry, Resident Conductor
Koury Center, 8 p.m.
Make your holidays bright with joyful music by the North
Carolina Symphony! Bring the whole family and get into the
spirit of the season with this much loved festive concert
featuring your favorite carols and the sing-along.
Admission by ticket only: $20 for adults: $18
students or Elon ID. Free for children with paying
adults. Tickets on sale Friday, November