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Omaha Concerts & Performances

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Nov 19
Voices of Omaha presents its 49th performance of Handel’s Messiah. Performing with the 200-voice chorus and orchestra will be: Jamie Reimer, soprano; Janet Carlsen Campbell, mezzo-soprano; Paul Koenig, tenor; Kyle Sandall, bass-baritone. The concert will be conducted by artistic director Edward Hurd.

One of the most popular works in all of choral literature, “Messiah” is unique among the oratorios of Handel in being the only one which deals with the Christian Faith. The music is so moving and the texts are so compelling, this oratorio deserves its place in our musical heritage and has proven to be a lasting masterpiece for the ages with a message for the human race.

Voces de Omaha presenta su function numero 49 de Mesías de Handel. A realizarse con Voces de Omaha y la orquesta será: Jamie Reimer, soprano; Janet Carlsen Campbell, mezzo-soprano; Paul Koenig, tenor; Kyle Sandall, bajo-barítono. El concierto sera realizado por el director artístico Edward Hurd.

Una de las obras más populares de toda la literatura coral “Mesías” es única entre los oradores de Handel y es la única que se ocupa de la Fe Christiana. Así va la música y los textos son tan convincentes este oratorio merece su lugar en nuestra herencia musical y ha demostrado ser una obra maestra y duradera para todas las edades con un mensage para la raza Humana.

Handel's "Messiah" - Voices of Omaha
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Voices of Omaha presents its 45th annual performance of Handel's "Messiah" without admission charge as a free gift to the community. A free-will offering is accepted to defray expenses.

The performance is ASL interpreted for those with deafness and Audio Described for those with blindness or low vision.

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