Fratelli, a Men’s Chorus, will ring in the season Dec. 10 with their latest holiday concert, “On This Shining Night.” This year, Fratelli, chorus of gay men and their allies, is sharing the First United Methodist Church stage with special guests the Ding-Dons from Santa Barbara High School and performer Rod Lathim.
With the direction of Zack Thomas Wilde, Fratelli’s humor and harmony offers a musical experience inspiring compassion, pride and activism. Wilde founded Fratelli in 2015 and has spread the group’s positivity and passion for activism.
“This is the time of year when everyone is filled with the spirit of the season, making our holiday concerts among our favorites of the year,” said Wilde. “Everyone is welcome to join us for this festive experience and kick off the season.”
In addition to its holiday and spring concerts, Fratelli has performed at the Pacific Pride Festival, Jewish Film Festival, the Vigil for the Montecito Mudslide Victims, United Nations Association of Santa Barbara’s September 11th Commemorative Concert and UCSB’s Pride Celebration.
Tickets for “On This Shining Night” are available online and will also be available cash only at the door. General Admission is $20, and tickets for children and college students with ID are $12. The show begins at 7:30 PM.
For more information on the most musical event of the season, visit www.fratelliamenschorus.org.
Fratelli, A Men’s Chorus
Fratelli, A Men’s Chorus, was founded by Zack Thomas Wilde in January, 2016. A chorus of gay men and their allies, Fratelli seeks to create extraordinary musical experiences that inspire compassion, community, pride and activism.