Messiah ticket sales end TODAY at 3 p.m.!

We're OUT this morning (Friday Dec. 9) getting the harpsichord and the rest of our concert equipment to our first venue, Grace United Methodist Church.

Purchase your tickets securely online TODAY before 3 p.m. using the buttons below. We'll do our best to return phone calls after 1 p.m., and we'll post an announcement on this page if either concert sells out.

Any remaining tickets will be available for purchase at the door of each venue beginning an hour and 15 minutes before each performance.


Handel’s Messiah

In memory of David Craig Elliott

Co-sponsored by
Robert Prince
Ron DeStefano and Cheryl Tillman
and Anonymous

7:30 p.m. SATURDAY December 10
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Grace United Methodist Church (Homeland)
5407 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21210


3 p.m. SUNDAY December 11
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St. Ignatius Catholic Church (Mt. Vernon)
740 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra

Brittany Renee Robinson soprano      Christina Carr mezzo-soprano
Patrick Cook tenor     Steven Eddy bass-baritone

Thomas Hetrick harpsichord
Arian Khaefi conductor

Jonathan Palevsky, program director of WBJC 91.5 FM, gives a pre-concert lecture one hour before each performance.

TICKETS: $47 premium (front/center seating), $37 standard, $10 students with I.D.

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Handel’s Messiah

7:30 p.m. SATURDAY December 10     (Click here to SUBSCRIBE with this Messiah date)
Grace United Methodist Church (Homeland), 5407 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21210

3 p.m. SUNDAY December 11     (Click here to SUBSCRIBE with this Messiah date)
St. Ignatius Catholic Church (Mt. Vernon), 740 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

TICKETS: $47 premium, $37 standard, $10 students with I.D.


7:30 p.m. March 4, 2017

Farm to Table

Second Presbyterian Church (Guilford), 4200 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218

Taste from the bounty of new choral works being produced in the U.S. today that draw on the traditions of the great choral composers, while preparing rich new soil for young "seedlings" of the genre. "Sustainable sourcing" includes flavors from our own backyard here in Baltimore!

William Averitt Afro-American Fragments
Paul Crabtree Five Romantic Miniatures (from The Simpsons)
Shawn Crouch Sleepless
Dale Trumbore I Am Music
Eric Whitacre Alleluia
Plus a world premiere by Douglas Buchanan, and more!

TICKETS: $37, $27, $10 students with I.D.


8 p.m. April 29, 2017

Soul Seeds

Second Presbyterian Church (Guilford), 4200 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218

Texts by John Muir, translations of Gaelic poetry, Palestrina's settings of the Hebrew alphabet and 19th-century American spirituals are the inspiration for these sophisticated sets from award-winning American composers. Discover how each creates a world from his own musical vocabulary and personal interpretation of these non-traditional texts.

Samuel Barber Reincarnations
Judd Greenstein Lamenting
Shawn Kirchner Three American Songs
Jake Runestad Come to the Woods

TICKETS: $37, $27, $10 students with I.D.


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Thanks to everyone in the community who packed the lobby of the Baltimore Museum of Art for A Night at the Museum, Handel Choir's Free Fall Baltimore event!

Shawn Crouch (b. 1977)

Judd Greenstein (b. 1979)
     Lamentings (excerpt)

Paul Crabtree (b. 1960)
     Five Romantic Miniatures (from The Simpsons)
           1. Abe

Shawn Kirchner (b. 1970)
     Heavenly Home: Three American Songs
           1. Unclouded Day

George Frideric Handel (1685–1759)
Libretto by Charles Jennens (1700–1773)
     Messiah, an Oratorio
           4. And the glory of the Lord
           7. And He shall purify
           12. For unto us a child is born

Thomas Hetrick keyboard

Arian Khaefi conductor

Special thanks to Alicia Crosby, Katie Cooke, and the rest of the staff at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

BMA at dusk


Free Fall 2016

Free Fall Baltimore is a program of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts made possible by presenting sponsor BGE, with generous support from The Abell Foundation, Atapco Properties, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation.




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A History of the Handel Choir of Baltimore (1935-2013): Music, Spread Thy Voice Around History of Handel Choir

by Carl B. Schmidt (Rowman & Littlefield, October 29, 2015)

"... chronicles the history of one of America’s longstanding volunteer choral organizations, one that has followed in the footsteps of venerable ensembles such as the Handel and Haydn Society (Boston), ..." Read more from the publisher

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Special thanks to Preston and Nancy Athey for their sustaining support of Handel Choir's 2016-2017 subscription concert series.


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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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