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Handel Messiah

Clemens Schuldt conductor
Dorothee Mields soprano
Anna Stéphany mezzo-soprano
Caspar Singh tenor
Benjamin Appl baritone
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir

Hallelujah! Two centuries before The Beatles, Handel’s Messiah was the biggest hit in the history of British music, and with moments like Ev’ry Valley, For Unto Us A Child is Born and The Trumpet Shall Sound, it’s easy to hear why. Messiah is both a classical masterpiece and a national institution. Tonight, the dynamic young German maestro, Clemens Schuldt, has assembled four of the very finest singers working in Europe today. It’ll sound fresher and more inspiring than ever.

This performance will be signed by BSL interpreter, Paul Whittaker OBE.

  • Sat 7 Jan 2023 7pm £53/£44/£40/£37/£24

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