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Handel's Messiah

When:

Tue 13 Dec 2011, 7:30pm–10:30pm

Where: Regent Theatre, 17 The Octagon, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • A Reserve (Circle front) Adult: $50.00
  • A Reserve (Circle front) Consession: $46.00
  • B Reserve (Circle Sides/back) and (Stalls centre) Adult: $46.00
  • B Reserve (Circle Sides/back) and (Stalls centre) Consession: $43.00
  • B Reserve (Circle Sides/back) and (Stalls centre) Students: $14.00
  • C Reserve (Stalls front/back/sides) Adult: $41.00
  • C Reserve (Stalls front/back/sides) Concession: $33.00
  • C Reserve (Stalls front/back/sides) Student over 14: $14.00
  • D Reserve (Circle back) Adult: $36.00
  • D Reserve (Circle back) Consession: $30.00
  • D Reserve (Circle back) Student over 14: $14.00
  • E Reserve (Stalls front sides/back) Adult: $33.00
  • E Reserve (Stalls front sides/back) Consession: $28.00
  • E Reserve (Stalls front sides/back) Student over 14: $14.00
  • Children 0 - 14 years (booking fee applies): $0.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Leta Labuschagne

Handel’s "Messiah" is appreciated, admired and enjoyed worldwide and is the best known and best loved work in the classical choral repertoire.

The City of Dunedin Choir and the Southern Sinfonia, conducted by David Burchell, are pleased to perform this oratorio. Together with soloists Anna Leese (soprano), Wendy Doyle (mezzo), Cameron Barclay (tenor) and Chalium Poppy (bass), it will provide a fantastic opportunity to experience a world-class live delivery of this dramatic and passionate work. This will be a performance to inspire, uplift and enrich the soul.

Messiah is probably Handel’s most famous work. It has seen countless performances, seemingly always in fashion. The fifth of Handel’s English oratorios was composed in the space of three weeks during the summer of 1741, and received its first performance in Dublin on 13 April 1742. The work was an immediate success, but was not heard in London until the following year, when it was again greeted with public acclaim.

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