Ring System Music Studio rehearses for the 2015 Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Sunday. The eclectic mix of songs will include everything from country music to Christmas tunes.

Much-anticipated Jingle Bell Rock returns

Ring System Music Studio practiced for the upcoming Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Dec. 19.

Ring System Music Studio practiced for the upcoming Jingle Bell Rock Concert on Dec. 19.

Ian Lihou opened his music studio to help the students prepare for the event.

They are a fun and energetic group of students, and with Ian giving his time to help them prepare it will certainly be worth the admission fee (by donation) and with the proceeds going to the Salvation Army, you won’t want to miss it!

Megan Cunningham and Emily Maher, two music students taking part in the production had this to say about what we can expect from the concert.

“We worked really hard, and have been at it for a couple of months now. You can expect a bit of everything: country music, the Beatles, Christmas songs, and new pop songs.”

With 57 people involved in the production, it will be a demonstration of collaboration and musical talent, all things that are integral to the development of youths’ self esteem and creative thinking.

 

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