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Carols & Brass Christmas Concert on Salt + Light

December 21, 2007
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Be sure to tune into Salt + Light Television on Friday, December 21st at 8pm and midnight ET, for a special Christmas concert, "Carols & Brass."
Filmed December 15th at St. Joseph's Parish in Ottawa, the two hour concert features the carols and hymns from the Choir of Orleans, who were joined by the Regimental Band of the Governor General's Foot Guard.
In these closing days of Advent, why not take the time from the hustle and bustle to refocus on the true meaning of Advent, and of Christmas?
Carols & Brass airs Friday, December 21st at 8pm and midnight ET, with an encore presentation on Monday, December 24th at 8pm ET and Christmas Day at 5pm ET.
After watching the concert on December 24th, you can stay tuned to Salt + Light for Christmas Midnight Mass from St. Peter's Basilica in Rome (with an encore presentation on Christmas Day at 1pm ET).
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