Angelito Garcia, who appeared on the TV show "America's Got Talent" in 2018, will be a special guest singer when the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra holds its annual Holiday Concert on Saturday, Nov. 16.

The concert will also include Grammy Award-winning musicians Jennifer Holliday and Lynn Harrell.

Garcia was featured on Season 13 of "America's Got Talent" where, at age 12, he performed José José's "El Triste" and then Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are" in both English and Spanish to significant acclaim.

This past year, the Los Angeles native has been performing worldwide with the Mariachi Divas. Additionally, as a member of Southern California Children’s Chorus, Garcia was highlighted in the ‘Tis The Season program at Segerstrom Concert Hall last December and recently traveled to Iceland to sing with the chorus in the Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik.

Garcia also recently performed on the Univision show "Pequeños Gigantes," where he sang a duet with Luis Coronel, and he appeared on Telemundo performing a tribute to Juan Gabriel.

The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the historic California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 W. Fourth Street in San Bernardino.

The show will include a variety of orchestral music, including excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s "The Nutcracker," Elfman’s "Nightmare Before Christmas," and "Remember Me" from the movie "Coco."

In the second half of the concert, Holliday will reprise some of her best known Broadway songs, including "And I am Telling You" and "I Am Changing" from "Dreamgirls."

For ticket information, call (909) 381-5388 or visit

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