80th Anniversary 2014-2015 Concert Season!

 

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Three concerts of choral and choral-orchestral music to recharge your heart and your senses throughout the year!Anne-Marie Lund 2012

Pick your preferred date for Messiah:

Handel's Messiah 8 pm Saturday DECEMBER 13 at St. Ignatius Church
Wild Roses 4 pm Sunday March 1 at Second Presbyterian Church
Distant Bells 8 pm Saturday April 25 at St. Ignatius Church
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Handel's Messiah 3 pm Sunday DECEMBER 14 at Church of the Redeemer
Wild Roses 
4 pm Sunday March 1 at Second Presbyterian Church
Distant Bells 8 pm Saturday April 25 at St. Ignatius Church
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Handel Messiah

8 pm Saturday DECEMBER 13 | Saint Ignatius Catholic Church 

3 pm Sunday DECEMBER 14 | Church of the Redeemer

Handel's great oratorio on the human experience of the divine!
A Baltimore tradition for 80 years! 
... and Baltimore's only period instrument performance of this baroque masterpiece.

Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra
Laura Choi Stuart soprano
Monica Reinagel alto
Brian Giebler tenor
Steven Combs bass
Arian Khaefi conductor

Preconcert lecture one hour before each performance.

TICKETS: $47 / $37 / $10 student with ID
Single tickets on sale Mon Oct 6. 

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Three concerts: $115 / $88 / $25 student with ID 

 

Wild Roses

4 pm Sunday MARCH 1 | Second Presbyterian Church

Let this bouquet of rare blossoms induce a midwinter afternoon's reverie of heady aromas, whirling passion and bittersweet longing.

Brahms Zigeunerlieder (Gypsy Songs)
Górecki Szeroka Woda (Broad Waters)
Lauridsen Midwinter Songs
Poulenc Sept Chansons (Seven Songs)(selections)

Handel Choir
Thomas Hetrick piano
Arian Khaefi conductor

Preconcert lecture at 7 pm.

TICKETS: $37 / $27 / $10 student with ID
Single tickets on sale Mon Jan 5, 2015. 

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Distant Bells

8pm Saturday APRIL 25 | Saint Ignatius Catholic Church

We begin our journey with a work Handel composed during his sojourn among the never ending chimes of Rome's campanili, then on to the canals of Venice, where Vivaldi wrote in the shadow of the towering San Marco belfry. Our finale is a sublime example of tintinnabuli, Arvo Pärt's compositional technique that transformed the conventions of chant into a revolutionary contemporary idiom.

Handel Dixit Dominus
Vivaldi Gloria
Pärt Berliner Messe

Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra
Emily Noël soprano
Sarah Berger soprano
Sarah Davis mezzo soprano
Jason Rylander tenor
Brendan Curran bass
Arian Khaefi conductor

Preconcert lecture at 7 pm.

TICKETS: $47 / $37 / $10 student with ID
Single tickets on sale Mon Jan 5, 2015. 

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Three concerts: $115 / $88 / $25 student with ID

 

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Handel Choir of Baltimore has MOVED!

 

Our new phone number: 667.206.4120

Our new mailing address and office location:

Handel Choir of Baltimore
c/o Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church
6200 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21212

Thank you for bearing with us through this transition!

--Anne C.A. Wilson, Managing Director

 

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Special thanks to Preston and Nancy Athey for their sustaining support of Handel Choir's 2014-2015 subscription concert series.

 

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Handel Choir of Baltimore's 2013-2014 concert season is made possible by support from Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and National Endowment for the Arts; the Citizens of Baltimore County; and the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards