The Denison Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Singers, and Concert Choir present Handel's "Messiah."

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The Denison Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Singers, and Concert Choir, directed by Philip Rudd and Harris Ipock, present a performance of G. F. Handel’s beloved oratorio Messiah, featuring student soloists. Handel’s Messiah is a peerless December tradition and one of the most performed works in the world. The libretto arranges verses from the Old and New Testaments to create a powerful dramatic narrative of prophecy, suffering, and redemption.


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