Cirque Musica blends symphonic and performance into a great holiday experience.

Cirque Musica brings fun-filled holiday experience to Abbotsford Centre

A unique blend of symphonic and human skill performances wows crowd at Centre

  • Dec. 17, 2014 10:00 a.m.



The Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular came to Abbotsford Centre on Wednesday night.

The show was a concert and visual experience for the entire family, blending the grace and dare-devil athleticism of today’s greatest circus performers with the sensory majesty of some of the greatest holiday music of all time performed by a live orchestra.

The show featured the world-famous Wallenda Duo, the España Family and a cast of world-renowned performers, singers and musicians.

The musical repertoire featured everything from O Holy Night to music from the Polar Express to light classic favorites from the Nutcracker, and more.

Cirque Musica also featured original music composed by Emmy- and Academy Award-nominated composer Marcelo Zarvos.

The show was produced by Stephen Cook and TCG Entertainment out of Dallas, Texas.

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