A St. Thomas Christmas: Respite and Grace » a tradition for the St. Thomas community » January 4, 2021, 6:00 AM - 11:59 PM

A St. Thomas Christmas: Respite and Grace

A St. Thomas Christmas concert is a winter tradition for the entire University of St. Thomas community. This concert celebrates the Advent and Christmas season by drawing from both the familiar traditional carols and innovative contemporary selections.

The University of St. Thomas is pleased to present its 33rd annual Christmas concert, A St. Thomas Christmas: Respite and Grace. With a program of choral and instrumental music for the Christmas season, over 250 student performers are featured in six of the university's ensembles. Performing in the concert are Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Donne Unite, Liturgical Choir, String Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Watch a preview of our outstanding concert and follow along with the program. We are excited to share this event with you!

We encourage you to sit back, relax and enjoy our 2020 concert A St. Thomas Christmas: Respite and Grace. The concert will be available after the holidays on the St. Thomas YouTube channel.
We hope this gift of music lives up to its name and provides you with Respite and Grace this holiday season.

Christmas concert graphic of trees, snow and river

A St. Thomas Christmas: Respite and Grace is a gift to our comunity. Any support you can give is appreciated. All concert proceeds benefit St. Thomas music ensembles. Go to https://link.stthomas.edu/supportmusic and choose Music Department as your designation. Donations of $60 or more will receive a past, professionally recorded Music Department ensemble CD. This gift does not affect the tax deductible status of your donation.

In addition, we have a few 2018 and 2019 Music Department ensemble CDs available for purchase via our Music Department Store. Watch A St. Thomas Christmas: Comfort and Joy anytime on TPT.

A division of the university's College of Arts and Sciences, the Department of Music is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. An acclaimed faculty of progressive artists and practitioners lead undergraduate studies and graduate programs for educators.