Posts Tagged ‘Messiah’
The holiday season is almost upon us, so of course that means choral concerts, especially Handel’s Messiah. Recently, I spoke with Columbia Pro Cantare’s Executive Director, Elladean Brigham, about the group’s upcoming performance of the famous work as well as their Chamber Chorus seasonal offering, A Christmas Noel.
The Handel Choir of Baltimore is starting the holiday spirit with the iconic work of their namesake: Messiah. Arian Khaefi, their Artistic Director & Conductor, came in to talk about the two upcoming concerts.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Concert Artists of Baltimore Symphonic Chorale are presenting their annual performances of Handel’s Messiah December 2-4, with concerts at both the Meyerhoff and Strathmore. Maestro Edward Polochick has conducted Messiah with the BSO since 1982, and I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of singing it with him many times since […]
The season of Christmas cheer has definitely arrived! We started playing Christmas music on WBJC today, and productions of The Nutcracker and Handel’s Messiah are proliferating. Melinda O’Neal came in to talk about the Handel Choir’s performances of their namesake’s great work. The Handel Choir’s Messiah
11:00 PM Conductor: Richard Hickox Mezzo-soprano: Alice Coote Tenor: Stanford Olsen Soprano: Chen Reiss Bass: Eric Owens Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh HANDEL: Messiah
CONDUCTOR: Peter Schreier SOLOISTS: Ute Selbig, soprano; Nathalie Stutzmann, contralto; Steve Davislim. Tenor; Peter Rose, bass; Westminster Symphonic Choir, Joe Miller, director Handel: Messiah
The last thing Music Director Edward Polochick did after his performance of Messiah was hold up Handel’s great score. What a composer! What a score! What a performance by Concert Artists of Baltimore Symphonic Chorale and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra lead by Ed Polochick! Concert Artists of Baltimore have performed Messiah every year now for […]