Video: Trinity Choir and Baroque Orchestra Perform “Messiah”

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December
2010

In the mood for Handel‘s “Messiah”? Have a some time to spare?

Well, look no further.

The distinguished choir and baroque orchestra of Trinity Church, New York City, has recently given their annual “Messiah” performance to a sold-out house. Better known as Trinity Wall Street, the church has a long history of presenting Handel’s masterpiece, which extends all the way back to the 18th Century.

The recent performance was directed by Julian Watchner, Trinity Director of Music and Arts, and given an enthusiastic review in the New York Times.

Program: “Messiah” at Trinity Wall Street (PDF)

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