Byron McGilvray, who has directed the annual Midwinter Vocal Festival for the past 30 years, talks about Johann Sebastian Class during one of the festival’s workshops, Friday, Dec. 28,2018. The festival will concluded with a concert Sunday, Jan. 6. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Byron McGilvray, who has directed the annual Midwinter Vocal Festival for the past 30 years, talks about Johann Sebastian Class during one of the festival’s workshops, Friday, Dec. 28,2018. The festival will concluded with a concert Sunday, Jan. 6. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Concert celebrates 30 years of joyful noise

Juneau Lyric Opera’s Midwinter Vocal Festival will celebrate its long history

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