Harrogate Choral Society presents Handel's Messiah
Royal Hall -
Saturday 8th December
There are many
works of classical music that are known to the general public. The Hallelujah
chorus from Handel’s Messiah is possibly one of the most famous pieces
of music ever written, even though it comprises only about one percent of the
length of the total work.
Messiah is known as
one of the greatest musical works ever produced and it wouldn’t be Christmas in
Harrogate without the opportunity to hear this great Oratorio
– a form of music that contain dramatic lyrics like an opera, but which is
staged as a concert without sets or acting.
Harrogate Choral Society, currently celebrating
their 70th Anniversary year, will be joined by soloists Jenny
Stafford, Soprano; Gaynor Keeble, Mezzo Soprano; Cliff Zammit Stevens, Tenor; and Alistair Ollerenshaw, Bass.
We will be accompanied by the renowned
Manchester Camerata and conducted by the HCS Music Director Andrew Padmore.
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This event ended on Saturday 8th December. Tickets are no longer available.