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Putnam Chorale December 4 Concert

The Putnam Chorale, Douglas Anderson, Director, will perform the entire composition of Handel’s masterpiece, oratorio, The Messiah on Sunday, December 4, 2016.  The concert will take place at the First United Methodist Church on Main Street in Brewster, commencing at 3:00 P.M.  As usual, a full orchestra will accompany the Chorale and professional soloists will perform the solo movements of the work. 

Although many are familiar with the Halleluiah Chorus of this great work, this Putnam Chorale performance will present a rare opportunity for the public to learn and to experience the complexity and the beauty of Handel’s entire composition.

The performance begins at 3:00 P.M., ticket prices are only $20 general admission and $15 for seniors or students.  Children under 12 are free.  Entire families and friends of great music are invited to attend this thrilling event.

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As a special treat, the Halleluiah Chorus will be repeated as an encore to the performance and audience participation is invited.  Scores will be provided.

For more information about this concert, the Putnam Chorale and its upcoming performances, please check the Putnam Chorale website: www.putnamchorale.org

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