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On November 20 and 21, please join us as we present An American Sampler, a collection of songs from some of our favorite American composers.
Ticket are good for either Friday or Saturday performances!
Your tickets will be held for you at the door.
Please bring a copy of your receipt.
On Sunday, December 13, 2015 3:00PM, we are pleased to be singing again with Maestro Michael Berkowitz and the Santa Rosa Symphony as part of this wonderful holiday event! For tickets, go to http://tickets.wellsfargocenterarts.org/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=1731
Santa Rosa Sing Along Messiah
The Santa Rosa Sing Along Messiah, aka the Redwood Empire Sing Along Messiah, is the longest running in the United States. This year folks will gather in a new location at the Jackson Theatre in Santa Rosa.
The festivities are lead by the well tempered Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus lead by Maestro Dan Earl. Maestro Earl originally was a singer in the first Redwood Empire Sing Along Messiah back in 1977 and has been Choral Director and leader even since. The Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus is joined by Baroque Sinfonia lead by Orchestral Conductor Nicholas Xenelis who teaches music at SSU and the Santa Rosa Junior College.
The soloists in the Santa Rosa Sing Along Messiah are regional and national level talent that truly add that special touch, which takes the overall presentation to a new level. The Santa Rosa Sing Along Messiah is well worth going to. It's just the right thing to do to get you into the holiday spirit!
The Santa Rosa Sing Along Messiah can be attended by anyone who loves music and who would like to sing or listen to the music of Handel's Messiah. Copies of the music will be available to borrow for the evening. At this performance, there will be the assistance of an On-Stage chorus of approximately 100 voices and an accompaniment of a full orchestra. You will also hear the solo arias of Messiah sung by outstanding Bay Area vocalists.