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Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, music,
Phone (401) 248-7000
Price $15-$70
Age Suitability All Ages

RI Philharmonic presents: Handel's Messiah

Saturday, Dec 8, 2012 7:00p
The Vets Auditorium Providence, RI

A Don’t-Miss Holiday Concert!On December 8 @ 7pm at The VETS, The RI Philharmonic Orchestra is joined by Betsy Burleigh and the Providence Singers for a spectacular performance of one of the most glorious works in the choral literature: Handel’s Messiah.
The Orchestra and 100 voices perform Messiah’s huge Choruses including “For unto us a Child is born,” “Lift up your heads,” “And the Glory of the Lord” and the famous “Hallelujah” as well as gorgeous arias sung by our vocal soloists.

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Performers at this Event
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra
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The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra will perform four Summer-2009 Pops Concerts in various locations in Rhode Island this summer. Resident Conductor Francisco Noya will conduct the four concerts....
Providence Singers
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The Providence Singers is a 100-voice symphonic chorus. We present concerts of masterworks and contemporary music, commission new music, collaborate with regional and national artists, and support music education programs....
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The Vets Auditorium
One Avenue of the Arts
Providence, RI 02903
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