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Music livens up the Capitol

Get ready for some holiday fun at the California State Capitol, first floor rotunda,10th St. between L and N streets in Sacramento.

To set a festive stage and spread holiday cheer, beautiful vintage decorations create a lovely backdrop for the free State Capitol Holiday Music Program. A variety of diverse and amazing live holiday musical guests will perform in the Capitol Rotunda each day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Dec. 23.

Visitors will enjoy live musical entertainment that includes a Salvation Army brass quintet, a CalTrans and CalPERS choirs (made up of spirited group of state workers), world and baroque music, bell-ringers, a harp circle, broadway-style song and dance, Argentine tango, talented school choirs and many more.

This special holiday experience is made possible by the State Capitol Museum and California State Parks in association with the California State Legislature Joint Rules Committee, the Governor’s Office and the Department of General Services who have worked collaboratively to preserve holiday traditions inside the Capitol.

For more information about scheduled performances call (916) 324-0333 or visit capitolmuseum.ca.gov.

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