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High school choirs join Okanagan Symphony for Christmas

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the festive season like never before.

Their upcoming Christmas Reflections concert features seasonal readings from authors like Dylan Thomas, Rudyard Kipling and O. Henry, Christmas sing-alongs and the premiere of the Okanagan Symphony Youth Choir.

The youth choir consists of students from six Okanagan Valley high schools, and they'll be performing in Penticton Dec. 21, Kelowna on Dec. 22 and in Vernon on Dec. 23,  2012 at 7 p.m.

Okanagan Symphony Orchestra Rosemary Thompson tells Daybreak guest host Alya Ramadan what more is in store.

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