Holidays with Jennifer Holliday

2023/24 Masterpiece Series

Holidays with Jennifer Holliday

Sat, Dec. 2, 2023 – 7:00PM – Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza (BAPAC)
Sun, Dec. 3, 2023 – 3:00PM – Rancho Campana Performing Arts Center (RCPAC)

Grammy® and Tony® Award winning Jennifer Holliday headlines the concert with her holiday favorites!

“Jennifer Holliday brought down the house…” – New York Times

Kick off your holiday season with winter-inspired symphonic masterworks by Vivaldi, Strauss and Glazunov. Heart-warming holiday greats performed by the New West Symphony featuring State Street Ballet and Los Robles Children’s Choir make this an unforgettable festive event. 


Michael Christie, conductor

J Strauss II  |   Die Fledermaus Overture 

Vivaldi          | “Winter” from Four Seasons
                          Alyssa Park, violin
                          State Street Ballet

Traditional, arr. Nicolae Lungu | La Betleem colo-n jos (Romania)

Traditional, arr. Gary Fry | Still, Still, Still (Austria)

Samsel/Anderson, arr. Mark Brymer | “That Time of Year” (from Olaf’s Frozen Adventure)
                           Los Robles Children’s Choir | Emma Roche, director 

Jennifer Holliday with New West Symphony

J Strauss II “An der schönen blauen Donau”, Op. 314 (By the Beautiful Blue Danube) 

Glazunov       |  Les Saisons (The Seasons) “Winter”
                            State Street Ballet

Traditional/Tyzik | Chanukah Suite 
                           (My Dredl, Al Hanissim, Chanukah, Who Can Retell, Rock of Ages) 

Jennifer Holliday with New West Symphony

Anderson | Sleigh Ride 


Price Range  $30 – $120

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Questions? Call us at
805.497.5880 / 866.776.8400

Program and artists are subject to change.

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Winterfest is generously sponsored in part by:

Logix Federal Credit Union
UCLA Health
Nancy O’Reilly and Daughters Foundation
Westlake Physical Therapy