For an artful way to brighten the spirits of family and friends while maintaining social distance, consider the gift of tickets to view the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra’s popular Holiday Joy concert via livestream at 7 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3, performed at the Church of God in Easton, Md.
The orchestra, which has been performing for live and virtual audiences since August, is offering gift tickets to view the livestream of its popular Holiday Joy concert at the discounted rate of five for $50. That’s a $25 savings from the regular livestream ticket price of $15 each.
The concert features a festive selection of holiday music performed by the orchestra under the baton of Maestro Julien Benichou. Guest soloists will be violinist Virgil Boutelis-Taft, soprano Alexandra Raszkazoff and tenor Michael Butler.
Tickets to attend the performance as a member of the live, socially distanced audience of up to 150 individuals are $45, while supplies last. Individual tickets to view the concert livestream are $15. Both in-person and virtual tickets, as well as gift tickets, include special pre- and post-concert events hosted by Benichou, as well as on-demand replays of the concert through Thursday, Dec. 10.