Handel’s Messiah is returning to UW-Green Bay this December, but this time as a sing-along. At the 7:30 p.m. performance on Saturday, Dec. 3, audience members are invited to join in with the choruses. The UW-Green Bay Choral Ensembles, Green Bay Choral Artists, and Festival Orchestra will be joined on the stage by choirs from Algoma, Sevastopol and Southern Door High Schools, along with UW-Green Bay Alumni soloists. Prof. Randall Meder will conduct the concert — the sixth performance of Messiah since 2008. Meder, director of choral activities at UW-Green Bay, says he enjoys incorporating unique elements to each. See more.
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9 Jan, 2020