The Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale presents Holiday Pops

The Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale celebrates the holiday season with Holiday Pops, featuring Broadway star of Wicked Laura Woyasz, the Billings Symphony Chorale, and local guest artists Daren Small and Erin Small, Saturday Dec. 17, at the Alberta Bair Theater. Concert Cues, and interactive pre-concert talk with moderator Tom Singer, begins at 6:45 p.m. Santa will be there and the audience will be delighted by favorite Christmas songs.
Laura Woyasz made her Broadway debut as Glinda in Wicked, where she performed to sold-out audiences. She was a cast member of Wicked for five years during which time she became an active volunteer for The Ronald McDonald House in NYC. This very special organization inspired Laura to write children’s books. She has written two books to date. She has recently become a published photographer. Her story and photographs are featured in the magazine, Exit Zero.
Erin Small is a middle school choir teacher and an elementary general music teacher in Billings. She earned both her bachelor and master degrees from Montana State University and is a certified member of the VoiceCare Network. She has had the opportunity to be a guest conductor for festivals across the state, and also directed the Rimrock Opera Chorus for kids for three years. Erin maintains a private voice studio and enjoys adjudicating both choirs and vocalists for all ages. She performs in various venues throughout the community and is a member of the High Plains Chamber Singers.
Daren Small is an active soloist throughout the Northwest. He is the Director of Choirs at Billings Senior High School, where he conducts five curricular choirs and two extracurricular ensembles. Daren made his soloist debut at Montana State University during their performance of Mozart’s Requiem. Since then, he has performed Turandot, The Crucible, and Handel’s Messiah. Daren is a winner of the District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.

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