Traditions reign at Capitol concert

Music programs combine to offer annual gift to community

Maintaining traditions is one of the most important parts of the Capitol Caroling tradition.

For the 73rd time, music groups from Jefferson City High School’s Fine Arts Department are set next Tuesday to provide a concert in one of the most unusual settings — the Rotunda of Missouri’s Capitol.

The concert by Jefferson City High School choirs, orchestra and band is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Capitol Rotunda. Admission is free, but there's limited seating. To take advantage of the unique acoustics, the audience is asked to refrain from clapping until the end.

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