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LEWISBURG, WV -

As part of its holiday programming, Greenbrier Valley Theatre welcomes international singer/songwriter Joti Gore in "Home for the Holidays, A Soulful Concert" at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at the Greenbrier County venue.

 Gore has performed with has performed at Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall, Fox Studios and Melbourne Recital Hall.  In addition to music, Gore is an actor who has performed on stages around the world.  Gore, who lives in Australia, says this will be his first concert in the United States in five years. 
 
He will be singing songs from a range of musical styles, including gospel, jazz, classical, contemporary and musical theatre. He will be accompanied by Kermit Medsker, musical director of GVT, who also directs the concert. 
 
Gore requests that audience members for his concert bring an unwrapped toy to the concert to be donated to those in need this holiday season.
 
General admission price is $15.  For tickets or information, call the GVT box office at 304-645-3838.