Video: Holy Cross a Cappella Groups Perform Christmas Classics

December 18th, 2013 by 
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It was standing room only for the annual Holiday a Cappella concert in the Hogan Campus Center Ballroom on Dec. 3. And it was no wonder — these students are talented.

Watch the Delilahs, an all-female a cappella group, perform “Joy to the World” and “O Holy Night,” and Fools on the Hill, a co-ed a cappella group, perform “Angels We Have Heard on High.” At the same time, enjoy beautiful scenes of a snow-covered Mount St. James.

Merry Christmas from the College of the Holy Cross!

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Comments (6)
  1. Ange Meoli "57 says:

    What a joy to see a young and vibrant student body still committed to our Christian values and beliefs. Outstanding voices, superb music. And the video scenes are beautiful. Thank you.

  2. Beverly Monteiro says:

    Wonderful! Glad I took the time out to listen. Brought me back to the old days with pleasant memories. Just what I needed to remind me to count my blessings always! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Dick Witry '72 says:

    Love a cappella. Put them on the “Sing Off”.

  4. jerome kiernan says:

    Thank you very much for the wonderful video.
    As a class of 58, still a shock to see the young ladies.

  5. Richard Tracy says:

    The sweetness and harmonious vigor of such lovely youthful voices were surpassed only by the visually stunning inventiveness of camera angles chosen to display such snow bound beauty as the HC campus at so holy a time of the year. Truly this is a psalm for all who treasure memories of this place at this time.

  6. Larry Kelliher '57 says:

    Thank you HC and students, many fond memories came back during your video.
    Wish I could do it all over again.
    A blessed Christmas and joyful, peaceful new year.

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