University Musical Society Choral Union at University of Michigan presents Handel’s Messiah

. December 1, 2015.
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A holiday tradition dating back to 1879, the University Musical Society Choral Union at University of Michigan presents Handel’s Messiah. Originally composed in 1741 by George Frideric Handel, this oratorio has grown to become one of the most popular choral works in the world. A classic composition that always signals the start of the holiday season in Ann Arbor, see the past and present collide with this concert that pulls from the King James Bible and other sources to reflect on Jesus Christ as the messiah. Also featuring the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra.

8pm Saturday, December 5 and 2pm Sunday, December 6
$10-$36
Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave.
734-763-3333 | ums.org

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