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Silent Night

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Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Silent Night tells the story of one of the most amazing moments in world history: the Christmas Eve 1914 cease-fire between the French, German, and Scottish soldiers during World War I. Based off the French film, Joyeux, Noel, the opera features all three sets of soldiers singing in their respective languages of French, German, and English, to add to historical authenticity. Since 2012, Silent Night has been a must-see for opera-philes across the globe, and will certainly be a must-see for Detroiters this holiday season.

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