‘Messiah’ to be presented at Bryan College Dec. 7, 8
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George Frederick Handel’s enduring masterpiece “Messiah” will be presented at the Bryan College Christmas concerts Dec. 7 and 8 in Rudd Auditorium at the college.

Professor of Music Dr. David Luther said the 84-voice Bryan Chorale, with solos by two students, two faculty members, and two guests, will perform the work which tells the Gospel story in words from the Bible set to music. Vocalists will be accompanied by a chamber orchestra, all under the direction of Luther.

Soloists for “Messiah” include Bryan music professor Kimberly Keck and student Natalie Hughes, sopranos; adjunct faculty member Sally Powell, alto; guest performers Michael Mays, tenor, and Brett Hyberger, bass; and student Randy Bright, bass.

The Friday performance will be preceded by a dinner, by reservation only. Reservations may be made online at www.bryan.edu/christmasdinner.