Holiday Hits and a Tribute to Irving Berlin’s Christmas Legacy

Get into the holiday spirit on Saturday, December 10 at noon with a concert by Seaglass Theater Company, live in person at the Mattapoisett Free Public Library. The concert will feature Patrice Tiedemann, soprano; Emily Harmon, mezzo soprano; Chris Hunter, tenor; Paul Soper, baritone and Matthew Larson, piano, playing and singing your favorite holiday tunes, plus a special tribute to Irving Berlin!

            Patrice Tiedemann, Soprano  – The Artistic Director of Seaglass Theater Company, she has been a soloist with the Boston Pops and Boston Lyric Opera, plus many others in sacred, theater and classical repertoire.

            Emily Harmon, Mezzo Soprano – Emily created the role of Susan Veeder in Seaglass Theater’s world premiere of Whaling Women. Recently seen in White Christmas with New Bedford Festival Theatre, and she was also a world finalist for Jette Parker Young Artist Program at Covent Garden in London.

            Chris Hunter, Tenor – A recent California transplant, he is a master’s candidate at the prestigious Boston University School of Music. His credits range from musical theater to opera, most notably with LA Opera and Pacific Opera Project.

            Paul Soper, Baritone – With credits ranging from New York City Opera to Lyric  Stage in Boston, Paul has had an expansive career in musical theater and classical vocal repertoire. He frequently appears with Seaglass Theater and will appear next in Stars and Stripes (May 2023.)

            Dr. Matthew Larson, Pianist – The Music Director of Seaglass Theater Company, he also serves on the faculty of Boston University’s Opera Institute and as Minister of Music at First Congregational Church of Milton, Massachusetts. He is a Grammy Award winner (Best Opera Recording) for his work on Tobias Picker’s Fantastic Mr. Fox.

            No registration is necessary to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Visit to see all our events or email Library Director Jennifer Jones at with any questions. The Library is committed to accessibility for people of all abilities; please let us know how we can best accommodate your needs.

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