Renowned orchestra and guest vocalists invite audiences to sing along with Handel’s holiday classic
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Norwalk Symphony Orchestra’s Messiah Sing Along & Holiday Extravaganza
The Theme: the professional players of the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra and a quartet of acclaimed vocalists get audiences in the holiday spirit with an interactive performance of a sing-along favorite
Notable Soloists: Amelia Watkins (soprano), Jennifer Rivera (mezzo-soprano), Brian Cheney (tenor), Matthew Burns (bass)
Handel—Messiah: Best known for the soul-shaking “Hallelujah” chorus at its heart, Handel’s Messiah meditates on the first Christmas with English lyrics drawn from the King James Bible and Book of Common Prayer. A holiday favorite for its joyful reverence, rich orchestration, and emotional resonance, the oratorio is also known for its malleability. The conductors who perform habitually it bend and trim it to their whim, creating pieces that are uniquely their own.