Fir tree branch with wooden note against blurred lights. Christmas music

Christmas at Milligan

Join us for an exciting evening filled with a joyful spirit and a worshipful approach to the start of the Christmas season.

Audiences will have two opportunities to experience the glorious sounds of the season: Saturday, Dec. 4, and Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 pm in the Mary B. Martin Auditorium at Seeger Memorial Chapel. The identical performances will feature Milligan’s choirs, orchestra, and 46-rank Schantz pipe organ in the beautifully decorated auditorium. The concert also includes a carol sing-along and will conclude with a moving candle-lighting and singing of “Silent Night.”

New this year is the addition of reserved seating. Tickets are free but required, and can be obtained by clicking the links below or by calling 423.461.8723. In accordance with Milligan’s COVID policies, masks will be required for all audience members.

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Watch Live

Unable to attend in person? Join us virtually on Sunday, December 5 at 7:30 via our live stream.

Christmas at Milligan: A time for Advent, community, and celebration

Experience Christmas at Milligan

Special performances by:

The Milligan Orchestra
The Milligan Women’s Chorale
The Milligan Concert Choir
Heritage (Milligan’s premier a capella ensemble)

A Season of Giving

The concert is free; however, donations in support of Milligan’s area of music are encouraged.

Music Faculty

Professor of Music; Area Chair of Music

DeLong, Noah
Associate Professor of Music

Assistant Professor of Music

Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre

A photo of candles during the Milligan Christmas Concert
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