Concerts

2020/2021 Special Concert Season

Messiah: Live Online!

Yes, Handel Choir IS presenting Messiah this year!

Straight to your living room from Grace United Methodist Church, Handel Choir of Baltimore continues its 86-year tradition of MESSIAH, performed with the unique sound of period instruments. Enjoy this live performance safely, as Maestro Brian Bartoldus assembles a smaller, safer group to perform the Christmas portion of MESSIAH for you.

Soloists Sarah Berger, Monica Reinagel, Allan Palacios Chan, and Peter Walker will join Brian and a masked chamber orchestra, while the chorus sings Handel’s masterpiece from their homes. And meanwhile enjoy a taste of our 2019 MESSIAH performance, recorded when we could safely sing together.

Free for all to enjoy! Donations gratefully accepted, to help support the choir and the larger community we build with you through music.

Saturday, December 12, 2020 – 7:30 PM, EST

MONDAYS ONLINE AT 7:30 PM

Join our guest conductors discussing choral masterworks

November 2 – David Lang Love Fail with Beth Willer, Director of Choral Studies at Peabody Conservatory; and Artistic Director of Lorelei Ensemble

Tickets: $10 (free for existing virtual subscribers)

November 30 – Hector Berlioz L’Enfance du Christ with Melinda O’Neal, Conductor Emerita of  Handel Choir of Baltimore;  and Professor Emerita of Music, Dartmouth College

Tickets: $10 (free for existing virtual subscribers)

Sing along with us on Zoom
 November 16

Free Fall Baltimore: Online!

Yes, we are still singing: in our homes and on our phones, offering our music to Baltimore however we safely can. As both you and we are largely confined to our homes, our Free Fall Baltimore Online Concert celebrates the beauties of home: from our personal homes to our shared American home. Join us for this first offering of our modified 2020/2021 season. 
 
Watch Our Free Fall Baltimore 2020 Concert

 

Saturday, October 24, 2020 – 7:30 PM

Sponsors

Handel Choir thanks Preston and Nancy Athey for their sustaining support. Our 2020-2021 season is supported in part by grants from the organizations pictured, the Harry L. Gladding Foundation, Inc. and the Dr. Frank C. Marino Foundation.

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