David Tousignant

 

The Coastal Carolina Cabaret of St. Paul's Episcopal Church holds its springtime fundraiser at the Scottish Rite Temple on Saturday, April 21: An Evening in Paris. This fundraiser for 4 Wilmington charities is tres chic-food, drink, art, and dancing with Al DiMarco's Big Fat Accordion Band.

The 5th Annual Coastal Carolina Christmas performance at St Paul's Episcopal Church is Friday, December 1. The Choir of St. Paul's, the Wilmington Boys Choir, harpist Christina Brier, and organist Richard Rhoads perform traditional British music. The concert is followed by the Sparkling Chocolate Reception-and it's all-you-dare-to-eat.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church presents its 4th Annual Coastal Carolina Christmas this Friday evening, December 2 at 7:00pm. The church choir performs selections from Handel's Messiah accompanied by an orchestra, while the Wilmington Boys Choir performs traditional carols. Following the concert, champagne and a collection of chocolate treats will be served in St. Paul's Parish Hall-the Sparkling Chocolate Reception.

Pat Marriot sat down with Merry Ann Wright and David Tousignant to talk about the Coastal Carolina Christmas concerts.  The  event is happening at St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 16 North 16th Street in downtown Wilmington.  On Friday night, the Wilmington Boys Choir sings carols while the Choir of St. Paul's sings selections from Handel's Messiah along with soloists and chamber orchestra.  A sparkling Chocolate Reception follows.  On Saturday, keyboardist and accordionist Al DiMarco hosts a cabaret performance with appetizers and drinks.