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Brilliant Brass for the Holidays
December 18 | 7:30 PM
Who’s ready for the holidays? We are! Don your festive attire and join us for an evening of joyous music. Perfect for date night, SavPhil presents a fun concert filled with sparkling brass arrangements of carols and songs of the season. Enjoy favorites you know and love as well as hidden gems from across the world in this timeless holiday concert.
Join our waiting list! Call 912 232 6002, option 3, with your name and the number of tickets you would like to purchase. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, so call today to secure your place!
Run Time: 60 minutes
Michael Daly has played Principal Horn with the Savannah Philharmonic since its inception in 2008. In addition, he also serves as the Orchestra Personnel Manager. In 2015, he was appointed Principal Horn with the Augusta Symphony. Mr. Daly frequently performs…
Mr. Chastain currently serves as Principal Trumpet of the Savannah Philharmonic, as well as Second Trumpet in the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera. In addition to services with these orchestras, Mr. Chastain can be seen making music with the Atlanta Symphony,…
Jonathan received a Bachelor in Music from Northwestern University and a Masters in Music from the University of Tennessee. He has performed in Atlanta with such groups as the Atlanta Symphony, Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Ballet and as trumpet at Peachtree…
Carl K. Polk
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Carl is an active performer and teacher in the Savannah region. He received a Bachelor of Music degree from Arizona State University, where he studied with Gail Eugene Wilson, a Master of Music in Performance…
As a Georgia native, Jimmy Hendricks studied with Bernard Flythe during his high school years. He continued his education with a B.M. in performance from Columbus State University’s Schwob School of Music, where his primary teacher was Andrew Miller, Principal…
The Metal Building at The Kehoe Iron Works660 E Broughton Street, Savannah, GA 31401
The rehabilitation of the Metal Building at the Kehoe Iron Works at Trustees’ Garden represents the strong vision of a Savannah business leader, Charles H. Morris. Now home to a multi‐use event and conference complex, the Kehoe Iron Works project successfully restores a forgotten Savannah landmark and offers the event and performing arts market full service mid‐size venues.
Your Safety Comes First
Out of respect for the health and safety of our Musicians and patrons, masks and temperature screenings will be required and hand sanitation stations will be present throughout the venue.
Masks are required to be correctly worn for the duration of the performance and throughout the facility unless you are in the designated socially distanced bar area.