The Chris White Trio Tribute to ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’

Calendar Icon December 12
Two Shows
Clock Icon 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
General Admission
Clock Icon $30
Members receive 10% off
Age Icon All ages
All guests require a ticket


Experience the Chris White Jazz Trio’s take on one of the season’s classic soundtracks: Vince Guaraldi’s 1965 “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Guests of all ages are invited to tap their toes and sing along to this unique holiday tribute.

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About the Musician

Pianist Chris White hails from Toronto. He attended Indiana University’s prestigious Jacobs School of Music and pursued his Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies, graduating with a Phi Kappa Lambda award (National Music Honors Society). Gaining valuable experience in Indianapolis, he performed with The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, David Baker, Jamey Aebersold, and Oliver Nelson, Jr.

He has studied piano with Luke Gillespie, Lynne Arriale, Joanne Brackeen, Barry Harris. and Andy LaVerne. In August 2000, Chris was invited to perform in the Steans Institute for Young Artists at Ravinia, hosted by James Moody, Rufus Reid, and David Baker.

Chris is a busy freelance musician in the Chicago area and has performed at The Green Mill, The Jazz Showcase, Andy’s, The House of Blues, Navy Pier, The Peninsula Hotel, the Coq D’or at the Drake Hotel, and many other venues. His two CDs, “Young at Heart” and “Tributaries,” are available through his website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does my ticket include access to ZooLights Presented by ComEd and Invesco QQQ?

No, tickets purchased are only for the performance. Please visit to purchase tickets for ZooLights.

Can my child attend? Do they need a ticket?

Yes, this show is appropriate for all ages and every individual in your party must have a ticket for entry, including infants, children, and Lincoln Park Zoo Members.

I want to change my tickets. What is the refund and exchange policy?

Tickets are non-transferrable and non-refundable.

Can I purchase tickets at the door?

No. All tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door.

Is parking available?

Paid parking is available at the zoo parking lot located at Fullerton Ave. and Cannon Dr. (2400 N Cannon Dr.). The zoo is also accessible by train via the Armitage and Fullerton stations and by bus via the 22, 36, 151, and 156 routes.

Do I need to print my ticket?

Nope! All guests must show their ticket for entry but for the most efficient experience, please have your PDF ticket ready on your smartphone or in the Eventbrite app.

Are face coverings required?

Lincoln Park Zoo follows CDC, City, and State public health guidelines. Please wear a face covering as this concert takes place indoors.

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