Messiah Sing Along
Free admission. Donations will be accepted, however, and all proceeds will be given to the Lombardi Cancer Center.
Celebrating its 11th year! Ring in the Holiday Season with a singing of the Christmas portion of Handel’s famous oratorio. Professor Frederick Binkholder and professional soloists of the Cafritz Young Artist Program from the Kennedy Center and the early music ensemble Modern Musick will lead the gathered ensemble through the choruses of Part I: “And the Glory of the Lord,” “And He shall Purify,” “Glory to God,” “O thou that Tellest,” “His yoke is easy” and “Hallelujah.”
In keeping with the philanthropic tradition of this work, donations will be accepted with all proceeds going to the Lombardi Cancer Center.
Katerina Burton – Soprano
Cecelia McKinley: Contralto
Pierce Rhodes: Tenor
Christian Simmons – Bass
Modern Musick – Risa Browder and John Moran
Conductor – Professor Frederick Binkholder
Hosted by Georgetown University Concert Choir. All proceeds will go to Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. Please bring your own score, or one will be provided for you. Doors open at 7:00PM.
Register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/messiah-tickets-409621417687
Georgetown University is a vaccinated campus. Events scheduled at this time to be held live are subject to change. We encourage, but do not require, the use of masks indoors, in compliance with the University’s public health guidelines, which may include additional guest registration protocols in effect at the time of the event. The University may limit capacity in certain indoor venues at any time. Attendees should be fully vaccinated, and anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 needs to stay home.
All faculty and student artists working on DPA performances are taking every precaution to adhere to protocols and the latest public health guidelines, and to prioritize the safety and comfort of audience members and the wider community.
We are committed to the safety of our entire community, and will be monitoring the ongoing pandemic to make adjustments as needed. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to sharing this vibrant season of events with you!