Multicultural Christmas Concert to be held Dec. 3 at NSU

class=”alignleft wp-image-20066″ style=”margin: 2px 4px;” alt=”Northwestern_State_University_of_Louisiana” src=”” width=”160″ height=”160″ />NATCHITOCHES – The Louisiana Folklife Center at Northwestern State University, the NSU Office of Cultural Diversity and the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts will host the fifth Annual Natchitoches-NSU Multicultural Christmas Concert Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7 p.m. in Treen Auditorium at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.

Admission is free and open to the public, but donations for Cane River Children’s Services in Natchitoches will be accepted.

The concert will include secular and sacred Christmas songs and will feature groups from the surrounding area. Scheduled performers include the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center Choir, Hardrick Rivers & Friends, Angels Praise Dance Group and Natchitoches Central NCHOIR soloists Elainna Carroll, Michael McClung and Makenna Middlebrooks accompanied by director Peggy Fisher on piano.  Other performers include Northwestern State students Alaia Cobb and Sarah Jones, The Sazz Network, Susie Lane and Samuel Lane.  The schedule also includes performances by the Natchitoches-Northwestern Horn Society conducted by Dr. Kristine Coreil, the NSU E- Lab Performers directed by Lisa Wiggins, and the Tunica Language Revitalization Project & Tunica-Biloxi Youth who will perform under the direction of John Barbry.

The concert will conclude with a group singing of “Silent Night.”