Dec 13, 2021SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Symphony announces the public release of Deck the Hall at the Drive-In, available for free on-demand viewing via the SFSymphony+ streaming service starting December 20. Deck the Hall at the Drive-In premiered December 5 on the big screen at FORT MASON FLIX, kicking off the SF Symphony’s holiday season. The digital family-friendly holiday program is hosted by the SF Symphony’s Resident Conductor of Engagement and Education Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser and features performances by the Caribbean Express Ensemble, San Francisco Boys Chorus, and Young Women’s Choral Projects alongside SF Symphony musicians; a special appearance by NBC evening news host Raj Mathai; and special holiday characters. The musical selections include popular holiday tunes “Up on the Housetop,” “Frosty the Snowman,” “Sleigh Ride,” “’Twas the Night Before Christmas,” “Deck the Hall,” Kolomeyke, and Russian Dance from The Nutcracker. Deck the Hall at the Drive-In will be available for free viewing beginning at 10am on Monday, December 20 via sfsymphonyplus.org.
SFSymphony+ (SFSymphony Plus) is the San Francisco Symphony’s free on-demand video streaming service, launched in February 2021. SFSymphony+ is available for free browser-based streaming worldwide on sfsymphonyplus.org; via TV services including Apple TV, Amazon FireTV, Chromecast, Roku, and smart TVs; and can be downloaded as an app via Apple App Store, Amazon Firestick, Google Play – Android, and Google Play – TV.
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Host of Deck the Hall at the Drive-In Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser
SF Symphony musicians perform "Sleigh Ride" in Deck the Hall at the Drive-In