Black River Entertainment artist Sarah Darling is bringing a beautiful new music video to her fans, just in time for the holiday season. The video for the Christmas classic “O Holy Night,” filmed earlier this month, makes Darling the first artist to film a music video inside the stunning hall of Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Featuring a septet from the Nashville Philharmonic, the music video for “O Holy Night” is a striking performance piece that will be released this December.
When asked about the Sarah Darling music video, Nashville Symphony President and CEO Alan Valentine shared, “It is our privilege to make Schermerhorn Symphony Center available for this wonderful project. Our beautiful building hosts all kinds of music throughout the year, and the classically inspired architecture and intimate setting of the Lara Turner Concert Hall provides the perfect backdrop for a truly Music City holiday greeting.”
In further celebration of the holiday season, Sarah Darling will join Mayor Karl Dean and Parade Grand Marshal and legendary country music star Vince Gill on December 2nd as a part of the City of Nashville’s tree lighting ceremony. Kicking off the 59th Annual Piedmont Natural Gas Christmas Parade, Sarah Darling will perform “O Holy Night” at the lighting of the 40-foot Norway spruce. The ceremony will take place at Nashville’s Public Square in front of the Historic Metro Courthouse beginning at 6:30pm CT. The parade will follow at 7 p.m. and travel down Second Avenue and Broadway. The event is free and open to the public.
Sarah Darling’s recording of “O Holy Night” is available everywhere digital music is sold.