Concert Season

Handel Messiah Talbot Path of Miracles The Heart's Age Directions to Concert Venues




Joby Talbot's Path of Miracles

2 pm Saturday MARCH 5, 2016 | Baltimore Basilica
409 Cathedral St, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Handel Choir of Baltimore

Arian Khaefi conductor

Composed in 2005 for the noted ensemble Tenebrae, Path of Miracles is a 60-minute a cappella work inspired by the Camino de Santiago, a Roman Catholic pilgrimage whose popularity has exploded in recent years among believers and non-believers alike. 

Written in seven languages and a variety of singing styles from around the world and across time, Path of Miracles quickly developed a reputation for mesmerizing both singers and audiences.

TICKETS: $37, $27, $10 full-time students with ID and all patrons 18 or younger.

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Please note: There will be no preconcert lecture for this performance. Arian Khaefi will introduce the program at the beginning of the concert.

     Premium seating is in the front rows or front center pews in the concert venue.

     Standard seating is behind premium seating, or behind and to the left and right of premium seating.

     Student ticket-holders are seated with Standard and may be asked to show student ID at the door.

     All seating is unreserved (first come, first served) within the Premium and Standard sections. 


***Handel Choir invites patrons for a taste of Talbot’s Path of Miracles and selections from its third subscription concert, The Heart's Age, at a short Preview Concert Thursday March 3, 2016 at St. Ignatius Church in Mount Vernon at a special price of $10 (free for students with ID and all patrons 18 and younger).



Artists and programming subject to change. No refunds. 

SUSTAINING SUPPORT for Handel Choir's 2015-2016 subscription concert series is provided by Preston and Nancy Athey.GuideStar logo

Handel Choir's 2015-2016 season is SUPPORTED by the Maryland State Arts Council, William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards, and by the Citizens of Baltimore County, the City of Baltimore and Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, and the Venable Foundation.

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Handel Choir of Baltimore is a MEMBER of Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, Maryland Citizens for the Arts, and Maryland Nonprofits.

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