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Handel's Messiah: A Seasonal Celebration

The ever-popular (and ever complex) holiday treat, Handel’s Messiah, jubilantly conducted by Artistic Director Daniel Schwartz, is Voices of Pride’s latest performance. This seasonal celebration, featuring Prometheus Orchestra, is not to be missed. Hear our favorite selections from “And He Shall Purify” and “He Trusted”, to the beloved “Hallelujah” Chorus. We are so excited to share this concert experience with you December 15th.


NOTE: While tickets will still be available for purchase at the door, we highly encourage you to avoid the long line and purchase your tickets in advance.

General Admission | $25

Student Admissions* | $10 - DOORS SALES ONLY
(Must present valid student I.D. upon admission)

Take advantage of our group discounts. General admission is $15 per person for groups of 10 or more 

VIP Tickets are not available for this performance.


Handel’s Messiah resonates freshly each time it is heard. Musically superb, technically advanced, and deeply emotional, Messiah is a must-hear for all music lovers, everywhere.

The Messiah oratorio premiered in 1742 when the German-born Georg Friedrich Handel was the preeminent composer in his adopted home of the United Kingdom. Handel’s name drew such a crowd that audience members were advised to leave their hoop skirts and swords at home for fear of overcrowding at the Messiah’s Dublin premiere. After an initially modest public reception, the oratorio gained in popularity, eventually becoming one of the best-known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music to date.

Purchase tickets on Brown Paper Tickets.

Earlier Event: June 2
Saints and Sinners
Later Event: January 6
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