The concert is led by conductor Mark Latham, in his first year at the podium of the Philharmonic.
After intermission, the second half of the program includes a Strauss waltz, selections from Harry Potter, plus the all-time American favorite “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin. The concert closes with the ever-popular carol sing-along.
“We’re so pleased to return to the Stockbridge Theatre,” Hoffman said. “It’s a beautiful, modern hall with clear sight-lines and fine acoustics. A real gem.”
Concertgoers are advised to secure their tickets early, as last year’s concert sold out well in advance. Tickets range in price from $12 to $50 and are available through the Stockbridge box office at 437-5210.