In a season full of Messiah concerts, Trinity’s is unique—performed in a sacred space, on period instruments, with soloists from the choir chosen to best complement each aria and recitative. Trinity and Messiah have a long history: Trinity presented one of the first performances in North America in 1770, and Trinity’s ensembles are widely regarded as some of the greatest interpreters of the work. Don’t miss "the best Messiah in New York" (The New York Times), featuring The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra with renowned conductor Andrew Megill at the helm.
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street; Trinity Baroque Orchestra; Andrew Megill, conductor
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