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6 Places to Soak Up the Classics 

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1. “White Christmas.” Barksdale brings some backup from Broadway for this Irving Berlin classic. Nov. 19-Jan. 9 at the Empire Theatre. 282-2620.

2. “Handel's Messiah,” performed by the Richmond Symphony at Richmond CenterStage. Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. 800-982-2787.

3. “Let It Snow,” featuring the Richmond Symphony Chorus, Greater Richmond Children's Choir and the Richmond Symphony. Dec. 4 and 5 at Richmond CenterStage. 800-982-2787.

4. “Harp! The Herald Angels Sing,” a concert by the American Youth Harp Ensemble, at Grace Baptist Church on Dec. 4. 837-9355.

5. The Central Virginia Masterworks Chorale performs traditional holiday music at Duncan Memorial United Methodist on Dec. 11; St. Mark's Episcopal on Dec. 17; and Grace Baptist Church on Dec. 19. 798-3283.

6. The Greater Richmond Children's Choir's Festival of Holidays Concert at Lewis Ginter on Dec. 12. 201-1894.

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