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National Symphony Orchestra

A Holiday Pops! with Norm Lewis

Concert Hall

Get ready to sing along, laugh, and embrace the magic of the season at the hottest holiday bash in town! Warm your spirit at our sparkling celebration as Norm Lewis lights up the festively decorated Concert Hall with holiday showstoppers and selections from his best-selling Christmas album, along with favorites that make him one of Broadway’s most sought-after leading men.

Dec. 8 - 9, 2023

upcoming dates

  • Fri. Dec. 8, 2023 8p.m.

    MyTix Student Rush
  • Sat. Dec. 9, 2023 2p.m.

    MyTix Student Rush
  • Sat. Dec. 9, 2023 8p.m.

  • Genre

    Music

  • Price Range

    $29.00 – $109.00

  • Season Sponsor

    AARPAARP

Norm Lewis in Christmas room with fireplace

Program

Featuring special guest Nova Y. Payton

Steven Reineke, Principal Pops Conductor
Heritage Signature Chorale
Special guest drummer Rishab Jain

Get ready to sing along, laugh, and embrace the magic of the season at the hottest holiday bash in town! Warm your spirit at our sparkling celebration as Norm Lewis lights up the festively decorated Concert Hall with holiday showstoppers and selections from his best-selling Christmas album, along with favorites that make him one of Broadway’s most sought-after leading men.

Known for his velvet voice and irresistible charm, Lewis has graced the stage and screen with captivating performances—from making history as the first African American Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway to embodying iconic characters in Kennedy Center performances of A Soldier’s Play and Broadway Center Stage: The Music Man. Join us for carols, sing-alongs, and more fresh takes on comforting classics!

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