Conducted by Dr. Jo Ann Miller, Baroque Festival Music Director, over 200 students in five choirs and the Baroque Festival Orchestra will present Handel’s monumental piece, which has become a holiday tradition throughout the world. Premiered in Dublin, Ireland in 1742, Messiah combines Old and New Testament texts in one of the most memorable works of Western music.
NDSU Concert Choir | Madrigal Singers | University Chamber Singers
Cantemus | The Statesmen of NDSU | The Baroque Festival Orchestra
Adults: $17 | Seniors: $12 | Students: $7
Free to NDSU students with Bison Card.
Performing Arts Box Office: 701.231.7969 or online
For audiences who are unable to attend our performance in Festival Concert Hall, we are offering a live streaming option, free of change. Simply view the event at new.livestream.com/NDSUPerformingArts.
The NDSU Challey School of Music is pleased to perform Handel's Messiah at St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral on Saturday, December 5 at 7:30 PM. The event is free and open to the public, registration requested but not required. Click here for details.
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