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Dec 23

The Barton Hills Choir join virtually for a remote recording with songwriter Tony Scalzo of Austin-based Fastball to sing his No. 1 hit ‘The Way.’

Musicians:
Don Cento – guitar
Jake Perlman – drums
Trevor Nealon – organ
Tony Scalzo – bass

Produced by Gavin Tabone
Permission to post granted by Tony Scalzo BibleBlack publishing

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Dec 19

The Barton Hills Choir and their talented musicians gathered virtually to provide you with three holiday classics. Enjoy!

Musicians:
Jake Perlman – drums
Don Cento – guitar
Jason Brint – bass
Randy Franklin – mandolin
Tom Treanor – percussion.
Vocals by the 6th grade Barton Hills Choir and alumni

Recorded remotely
Directed by Gavin Tabone

“Sleigh Ride” written by Leroy Anderson
“Winter Wonderland” written by Bernard/Smith
“Jingle Bell Rock” written by Beal/Boothe

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Nov 30

The unique restrictions and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t stop the City of Austin from finding a way to celebrate our annual tradition of starting the holiday season with the lighting of the Zilker Holiday Tree.

The Barton Hills Choir continued their string of consecutive performances with a unique remote, recorded set of “Jingle Bell Rock” and “Winter Wonderland” featuring their outstanding accompanying musicians.

If you missed the broadcast on Sunday, November 29 you can still view it above; the BHC performance starts at 15:08 but you’ll enjoy the entire video. Happy Holidays!

Musicians:
Barton Hills Choir – vocals
Gavin Tabone – piano
Jason Brint – bass
Don Cento – guitar
Randy Franklin – mandolin
Jake Perlman – drums
Tom Treanor – bells

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Nov 19

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every aspect of our world including the holiday traditions we celebrate. These circumstances have required the 2020 lighting of the Zilker Holiday Tree to be a virtual experience.

The Barton Hills Choir has performed at this event every year since 2009 when the Choir was first formed. They will continue their streak of consecutive appearances at the Zilker Holiday Tree Virtual Lighting on Sunday, November 29 at 6:00 PM.

For public safety, there are NO on site viewing or walk-up options for the 2020 ceremony. Please do not go to the tree in Zilker Park; the Choir will not be there.

To enjoy the lighting of the Zilker Holiday Tree you can tune in using any of the options below. This year you will need to provide your own hot chocolate, kettle corn, and other goodies to enjoy during the event instead of depending upon concession stands.

The Choir promises to help you get into the spirit of the season with their rousing renditions of classic holiday songs. Be sure to tune in!

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