Wayne Choralaires round out season’s performances
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne Choralaires, under the direction of Betsy Black and with piano accompanist Melissa Robbins, will present its last performance of “Caroling, Caroling” on December 9 at 2:30 p.m., at the Central United Methodist Church.
The arrangement is a mix of secular and religious Christmas songs, ranging from “Baby It’s Cold Outside” and “Sleigh Ride,” to more classic Christmas favorites. This is the most recent in a northeastern Pennsylvania tradition carried on by the group for many years. During the intermission of the performance, Melissa Robbins and her sister Cindy will present music for piano four hands. Jim Willow will also play the flute during the performance.
And yes, the Choralaires will be performing Dick Smith’s Honesdale-inspired “Winter Wonderland.”