The spirit of Christmas was in definitely in abundance on Thursday, Dec. 17, with Cayman Brac’s high school and primary schools’ Christmas concerts delivering a joyful bounty of holiday cheer.
The day kicked off with a Christmas service at Layman E. Scott High School at 1 p.m. Along with singalongs of favorites like “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” the program included skits, scripture readings and steel pan performers.
That evening, it was standing room only with a packed house at the Aston Rutty Centre for the primary schools’ Christmas concert, produced by Cheryl Kain.
The infants took the stage first, performing “Living Ornaments.” The youngsters delighted the crowd with their elaborate and colorful costumes, and enthusiastic renditions of favorites like “Deck the Halls” and “Go Tell It on the Mountain.”
The primary juniors were next, performing “The Joy of Christmas” cantata. The choirs and soloists, including Denoy Loten, Lissandro Martin and Josani Burke, impressed with their singing skills. The audience participated in singalongs of “Angels We Have Heard on High,” and other tunes, including “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.”