“Hallelujah!” Few excerpts are familiar to as many, and Messiah remains Handel’s best-known work. There is no better time of year to enjoy Handel’s sacred oratorio that has long been associated with good will and charity.
Join the CSO for this glorious holiday tradition, Holy City Messiah, with the CSO Chamber Chorus and four guest soloists at three beautiful churches in downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and Summerville.
This concert is sponsored in loving memory of Jerry Chapman.
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GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
Messiah, HWV 56
No. 1 Sinfonia
No. 2 Comfort Ye, My People
No. 3 Ev’ry Valley Shall Be Exalted
No. 4 And the Glory of the Lord
No. 5 Thus Saith The Lord
No. 6 But Who May Abide The Day Of His Coming?
No. 7 And He Shall Purify
No. 8 Behold, A Virgin Shall Conceive
No. 9 O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings To Zion
No. 12 For Unto Us A Child Is Born
No. 13 PIFA “Pastoral Symphony”
No. 14a There Were Shepherds In The Field
No. 14b And Lo, The Angel Of The Lord
No. 15 And The Angel Said Unto Them
No. 16 And Suddenly There Was With The Angel
No. 17 Glory To God
No. 20 He Shall Feed His Flock
No. 35 Let All The Angels Of God Worship Him
No. 40 Why Do The Nations So Furiously Rage Together?
No. 48 The Trumpet Shall Sound
No. 53 Worthy is the Lamb….Amen
No. 44 Hallelujah
Rachel Calloway, Alto
Edward Brennan, Tenor
Jason McKinney, Baritone
Tamara Hardesty, Soprano
Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus
Dr. Robert Taylor, Director
Kellen Gray, Conductor