Handel’s Messiah

Friday, December 13 | 8:00pm
West Side Presbyterian Church

Featuring Part I of Handel’s Messiah; seasonal favorites by Bach, Lauridsen, and others; and the world premiere of a new work by Composer-in-Residence, Vince Peterson.

$20 before December 13 • $25 at the door

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On Friday, December 13, 2013, Ars Musica Chorale continues its annual tradition of presenting the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah at its holiday concert. Known worldwide for the inspiring and energetic “Hallelujah Chorus,” Messiah is recognized as G.F. Handel’s most frequently performed work and arguably as the most famous musical depiction of the life of Jesus. Messiah features a host of dynamic solo and choral movements. Music Director Dusty Francis is joined by soloists Erika Lloyd, Eric S. Brenner, Daniel Bates, and Peter Walker, as well as the Westchester Symphonic Brass Quintet. This concert will also mark the conducting debut of Ars Musica’s first-ever conducting intern, Alex Canovas.

The program includes the world première of a new work by Ars Musica’s Composer-in-Residence Vince Peterson, Morten Lauridsen’s “Sure on This Shining Night,” and many more seasonal favorites. We invite the audience to be a part of this festive occasion by joining us in a spirited sing of beloved carols before enjoying our presentation of Messiah.

Join us for a free pre-concert reception with Dusty Francis, Vince Peterson, and other featured artists at 7pm.

For further information, please e-mail info@arsmusica.org,
or call (551) 226-9305.

Location
West Side Presbyterian Church
Varian Fry Way, 6 South Monroe Street | Ridgewood, NJ
Parking in the lot is ample and free

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CONTACT US

Email
info@arsmusica.org

Phone
(551) 226-9305

Mailing Address
Ars Musica
PO Box 525
Paramus, New Jersey 07653

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MANY THANKS

Discover Jersey Arts

Ars Musica’s concert season is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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