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Portraits of White – A Winter Concert Experience (coming Dec. 6, 2014)

“As a songwriter, I set my life to music . . . I paint songs like portraits.”powcardfrontv2

While “Portraits of White” includes all the trappings of an elegant Christmas concert–great music, a live orchestra, a beautiful and evocative venue–you will soon discover that it is much more than just another concert…

In “Portraits of White” singer/songwriter Frances Drost shares not only her talents and heartwarming original music, she also shares herself–her unique expressions of winter and of the holidays as rendered by her own experiences.  And she does so with uncompromising artistry as well as refreshing honesty. 

Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of this unique and life-giving musical experience.


  • no theatre seat more than 45 feet from stage
  • all tickets are transferable (but not refundable)
  • printed ticket required at the door
  • tickets can be purchased at the event (if there are any left)
  • doors open @ 6:00 p.m
  • parking is free
  • CDs available for purchase @ show
  • handicap seating available
  • seating is limited, reserve early!
  • bring kleenexes (just in case)

If you want to come to this wonderful event on December 6, 2014, you can find out more about the details here:

Portraits of White – The New Album by Frances Drost

powcoverThe new amazing album by Frances Drost is now available!

This beautiful winter and holiday themed album will keep you warm and glowing through the coldest winters and all through the year. The title song, “Portraits of White” is a completely unique song as only Frances could write and sing. In fact, that’s Frances singing over 100 times to achieve the heavenly effect the vocals provide.

Other songs that fit the winter season are “Ride in the Sleigh” and “Joy to the World”, but beyond Christmas songs there are beautiful ballads like “One Small Box”, “What if” and “Take Another Look”. You’ll also find some of the best solo piano work Frances has done to date.

Add to that amazing orchestral scores by Nashville’s Brian Green, and you have a true masterpiece. One listen and you’ll see.

Find out more and hear every song at


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