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About the Show

Are you ready for Unique, powerful and amazing entertainment?

A New Holiday Tradition!

Fresh Christmas tree smell in the air while decorating your home.  Homemade personalized cookies, family gatherings, Macy's Day Parade, The Rockettes, Ice Skating, classic movies, original holiday specials, opening one present Christmas Eve, Midnight Mass, Hot Chocolate, a Yankee swap, your favorite ski location, and now its time to add one more family tradition that you will never forget the
Bells of Christmas!

About Charlie St.Cyr-Paul


The instrumentalist that plays the Carillon is know as the Carillonneur.  The first carillon was in Flanders (northern Europe) where the carillonneur performed music on the bells of Qudenaarde Town Hall in 1510 by using a baton keyboard to raise the spirits of the people.  The Carillon is the largest of all instruments in the percussion family.  Charlie is a musical adventurer as well as a world class musician.  Charlie has had a successful 30 year career as a professional drummer, music director, recording artist and performer.  He has performed worldwide in over 30 countries and has performed in every state & province in North America.  With over 25,000 performances worldwide, Charlie has learned to appreciate and perform many styles of music with artists around the world.  Charlie brings his experience as a musician and entertainer to provide epic performances through the majesty and power of the carillon.

Music from the show includes:


Carol Of The Bells

Little Drummer Boy

We Three Kings

Good King Wenceslaus

Il Est Ne Le Devin Enfant

God Rest Ye Merry Gent.

Do You Hear What I Hear

Deck The Halls

The Irish Carol

Amazing Grace

Let There Be Peace On Earth

Silent Night

and many more!

CONTACT US to book the Bells of Christmas for your next event!

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