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Handels Messiah
Price $15.00 - $156.00
Age Suitability None Specified
Categories Music Performing Arts

Handel's Messiah

Friday, Dec 20, 2013 8:00p
Davies Symphony Hall San Francisco, CA

Celebrate the holidays with one of classical music’s most beloved traditions, as San Francisco Symphony Chorus Director Ragnar Bohlin conducts Handel’s Messiah. A cherished holiday custom since its premiere in 1742, this splendid oratorio features some of the most popular refrains in Western music—from “Comfort ye, my people” to the famous “Hallelujah” chorus. A wonderful musical evening for the whole family—not to be missed!

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Handel's Messiah

The San Francisco Symphony presents over 220 concerts each year from September through July. Visit sfsymphony.org for complete calendar listings, special events, great prices for kids, and to learn more.

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San Francisco Symphony
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Founded in 1911, the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) is widely considered to be among the country’s most artistically adventurous and innovative arts institutions. Under Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT), the SFS presents more than 220 concerts and presentations annually for an audience of nearly 600,000 in its home of Davies Symphony Hall, in other Bay Area venues, and through an active national and international touring program....
Ragnar Bohlin
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Ragnar Bohlin assumed his post as Director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus in March of 2007. He has worked frequently with The Swedish Radio Choir, the Ericson Chamber Choir and the Opera Chorus of Stockholm....
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Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94199
(415) 864-6000
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