Why See Houston Symphony - Handel's Messiah?
Undoubtedly one of the Western world's most popular oratorios, Handel's triumphant and moving 'Messiah' is considered the definitive live Christmas concert experience. As with past years Houston Symphony will not fail to delight and inspire presenting the nearly 300 year old master-work with the orchestra, guest soloists and a first class chorus, to create an unforgettable celebration!
Conducted by Stephen Stubbs and featuring the best in sacred Christmas music, with the beloved Hallelujah chorus, there is no better way to enjoy this glorious composition than with a live symphony in the stunning surround of Jones Symphony Hall. Make sure you get your tickets early, this one is sure to sell very well!
Opening night: 21 December 2018
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