Handel: Messiah

Handel: Messiah, Saturday 3 December 2016

Saturday 3 December 2016

  • 7:00pm
  • Gloucester Cathedral
  • Llio Evans – soprano
    Peter Nardone – countertenor
    Ruairi Bowen – tenor
    Matthew Hargreaves – bass
  • The Corelli Orchestra
    Jonathan Hope – organ
  • Gloucester Choral Society
    Adrian Partington – conductor

Tickets: £25, £21, £18, £10

The box office has now closed for this event but tickets will be on sale in Gloucester Cathedral from around 2:30pm on 3rd December (at a table in the nave) AND on the door from 6:15pm.

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Christmas begins with Gloucester Choral Society’s traditional Messiah concert.

Mr Handel’s Messiah is usually the first choral work that anyone either sees or sings in concert. It covers the whole of Christ’s life, from the Immaculate Conception through his ministry to his violent death on the cross, culminating in his triumph over death through resurrection.

It is poignant, impressive and magnificent in equal measure.

Llio Evans

Llio Evans

Ruari Bowen, tenor

Ruairi Bowen

Matthew Hargreaves, bass

Matthew Hargreaves

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