scso presents

Christmas with
the symphony

Featuring Holiday Jam with the Hegg Brothers!

Tradition returns to the stage once again with singing, storytelling, and plenty of holiday cheer!

Share in Sioux City’s favorite concert of the season with family and friends. The SCSO welcomes the talents of the Hegg Brothers’ Holiday Jam, a multi-piece band playing sparkling holiday classics as well as contemporary new arrangements by Jeremy and Jon Hegg.

Filling out the group are the region’s finest and most exciting musicians who will join the talents of the musicians of the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra. Don’t miss this true Sioux City holiday favorite!

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Saturday, Dec. 19 | 7:00 pm

KTIV TV & streaming at SCSO.LIVE

The
Program

 

This concert will feature an exciting blend of traditional and contemporary holiday favorites!

      • Cantique de Noël (O Holy Night)
      • Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
      • Tannenbaum
      • You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch
      • God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
      • Silent Night
      • And much more!

Guest
Artists

 

Holiday Jam with the Hegg Brothers

  Jeremy Hegg (music director) • piano, vocals
  Jonathon Hegg • second keyboard, vocals
  Derek Hengeveld • percussion
  Allison Nash • lead vocals
  Andrew Reinartz • bass
  Joel Shotwell • saxophone
  Xopher Smith • guitar, vocals
  Jim Speirs • trumpet
  Matt Wallace • saxophone

Plan Your Visit

 

There’s a lot to think about when you’re planning a visit to one of our live performances at the Orpheum. That’s why we’ve compiled this handy information for you—all in one place!

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    Before You Get Here
    There's a ton to do in Downtown Sioux City before you get to the Orpheum. Dinner? Drinks? We've got your covered.

  • scso-plan-your-visit-getting
    Getting Here
    The Orpheum Theatre is in Downtown Sioux City on Pierce Street. Get a map, directions and learn where to park.

  • scso-plan-your-visit-while
    While You're Here
    What's the proper attire for an SCSO performance? What about clapping and etiquette? Don't worry! We've got you covered.