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Annual ‘Messiah Sing-Along’ at Staller Center, Dec. 4

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The seasonal traditional concert at Stony Brook University continues as members of the University Orchestra, vocal soloists and conductors put on a performance of Handel’s Messiah on Sunday, December 4, at 3 pm in the Recital Hall at Staller Center. Admission is free.

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A past performance of the ‘Messiah Sing-Along’ at Staller Center’s Recital Hall. Picture provided by Susan Deaver.

Choruses from “Part One, Worthy is the Lamb/Amen” and the “Hallelujah Chorus” will all be sung by the audience. Vocal scores will be available for $10 cash at the door. 

Solo vocalists will include graduate and DMA students Jeanai La Vita, soprano; Michaela Larsen, mezzo-soprano; Zhencong Chen, tenor; and Michael Cheng, baritone. Conductors are Susan Deaver, Noah Fotis, Randall Horton, Michaela Larsen, Jordan Miller and Dongke Tu. Daniel Jones is the solo trumpet for “The Trumpet Shall Sound.”

A short pre-concert at 2:45 pm will feature the University Orchestra’s Brass and Percussion Ensemble led by Noah Fotis and a chamber orchestra performing music of Telemann led by Jaeyoun Hwang.

For more information, contact the Department of Music at (631) 632-7330 or stonybrook.edu/music.

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