WASHINGTON – As part of its Christmas festivities, Museum of the Bible invites guests to enjoy any of several exceptional Christmas concerts.
Kayla Waters will bring her rich symphonic sounds in a cozy Christmas concert. Appearing for one day only, Kayla will perform seasonal songs and hymns that tell the Gospel story of the birth of Jesus. A special VIP brunch is available to pair with the concert, which includes a Middle Eastern-inspired brunch and a gift from the museum.
Voices of Lee will celebrate the season with their unique variety of lush, vocal harmonies and high-energy, contemporary a cappella arrangements of various genres. The ensemble shot into the international spotlight on the debut season of NBC’s The Sing-Off, a competition for a cappella groups, where they finished as second runner-up. Voices of Lee has performed at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, at the White House for Christmas, at the ShangHai International Music Festival and at Carnegie Hall. Voices of Lee has recorded 17 CD projects and their videos have over 109 million views online.
Voices of Lee’s live performance is Thursday, Dec. 7, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. ET at the museum’s World Stage Theater. Tickets may be purchased here.
“Sing! An Irish Christmas”
Known for modern hymns like “In Christ Alone,” Keith and Kristyn Gettys’ Christmas show, “Sing! An Irish Christmas,” features new songs in addition to traditional Christmas carols. The show has been seen by millions of households internationally on public television, the BBC and the Trinity Broadcasting Network and has sold out venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.
The Gettys’ live performances are Monday, Dec. 11, through Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. ET at the museum’s World Stage Theater. Tickets may be purchased here.
The full schedule of Christmas events and activities at Museum of the Bible, called “Gloria: The Wonders of Noel,” is available here.