Dec 01 Friday
This event will be held in Holloway Hall, Great Hall. Admission is free, but tickets are required.
Dec 02 Saturday
Capital Ringers, Delmarva’s community handbell ensemble, will present “Twelve Days of Christmas” at venues in Dover, Milford, Seaford, Rehoboth Beach and Salisbury, Md. The concerts are a holiday tradition throughout the region and begin the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
The Salisbury concert begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, December 2 at Asbury United Methodist Church, 1401 Camden Ave., in Salisbury. The concert is free, but a free will offering will be taken.
Dec 03 Sunday
Dec 05 Tuesday
Join the Salisbury Pops as they take you on a Sleigh Ride with Seasonal Music and a visit from Santa!
Dec 08 Friday
As the days grow short, nothing is quite so comforting as the flicker of candlelight as it keeps the darkness at bay. For 18th and 19th century Americans, candle-lit illuminations, sometimes known as transparencies, were used to cheer, entertain, and celebrate. This holiday season, we're reviving the old tradition in partnership with the Biggs Museum of American Art and the Governor's staff at Woodburn to light the night with this unique art form. Stroll the grounds, enjoy the stately home's decorations, admire the gathered illuminations, listen to music, sip warming hot cocoa, and make a delicious s'more over a fire pit...there is so much waiting to revive your spirits during this one-night-only special event.Want to participate? Visit the John Bell House Thursday-Saturday beginning November 23rd to make an illumination which will be displayed at the event! Be sure to stop by and make one by December 6th, or create one yourself at the event.
Dec 09 Saturday
Discover the whimsical world of Boots and Eggs, two childhood friends struggling to cope with losing a dear friend. This is a journey of self-discovery, exploring what it means to grow old without losing the magic of youth. Told through poignant and thought-provoking moments, this piece is an exploration of how fantasy and memory intertwine in the face of loss. This performance is directed by Salisbury University's Directing Students.
The Miller-Porfiris Duo have gifted international audiences with their “expressive flair” since 2005. The duo has performed in the US, Europe, Taiwan and Israel making appearances on the Chamber Music of Little Rock, Chamber Music Pittsburgh, Tel Aviv Museum, and Sheldon Friends of Music series. Recently, the Miller-Porfiris Duo released their third CD entitled “Divertimenti” which Fanfare declared “a lightning bolt”. SSO is delighted to celebrate the holidays with the Miller-Porfiris Duo as well as continuing holiday traditions like their performance of “Sleigh Ride”.