'Brisbane Sings Messiah' is one of The Queensland Choir's signature events and has become a Christmas tradition for many audience members.
The special biennial classical music event features Handel's great masterpiece 'Messiah' performed by a professional orchestra and soloists in the magnificent Concert Hall of the Brisbane City Hall. Seventy guest choristers have been invited to join The Queensland Choir for the performance on Sunday 28th of November 2021 at 3.00 pm.
With its blazing trumpets, thundering tympani and thrilling Hallelujah Chorus, Handel's great choral masterpiece offers a magnificent combination of theatrical effect and spiritual reflection.
The Queensland Choir's 150 voice chorus will be accompanied by guest soloists and the fabulous Sinfonia of St Andrew's orchestra. The soloists are Eva King (soprano), Hayley Sugars (mezzo-soprano), Virgilio Marino (tenor) and Timothy Newton (bass) and the performance will be conducted by Kevin Power OAM.
The Queensland Choir has been performing since 1872 and is now regarded as one of the premier large choirs in Australia. The choir is made up of 150 volunteer choristers from a wide range of backgrounds. The choir has performed regularly with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonia of St Andrew's orchestra and other orchestras and instrumental groups and also collaborates with other choirs in and around Brisbane.
Don't miss the popular biennial 'Brisbane Sings Messiah' concert event this festive season. Reserved tickets are now on sale and are priced from $15 to $60 with concessions available. To make a booking, please contact 3847 1717 during office hours or visit https://qldchoir.com/concerts/brisbane-sings-messiah-2021/.
For more information on this exciting live music event in Brisbane, please visit qldchoir.com.