Handel Messiah

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Handel Messiah

Ama Deus Ensemble Soloists, Chorus & Baroque Orchestra

St Paul's Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill
Daylesford Abbey, Paoli
St Mark's Church, Philadelphia
St Katharine of Siena Church, Wayne

VoxAmaDeus – COVID-19 Policy Update 11-17-2021

VoxAmaDeus provides two separate seating areas to accommodate the different Covid-19 safety considerations for those who are vaccinated and those who are not. For concert attendees who can provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, masks are optional (but not required), and seating is available in the area designated as “masks optional”. For concert attendees who cannot provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, masks are required, and seating is available in the area designated as “masks required”. All of our performers and staff are fully vaccinated.

REMEMBER TO HAVE YOUR CDC VACCINATION CARD OR A PHOTO OF IT ON YOUR PHONE TO SHOW AT THE DOOR IF YOU WISH TO SIT IN THE “MASKS OPTIONAL” SECTION.

If you cannot provide proof of vaccination, you will be seated in the “MASKS REQUIRED” SECTION.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, however, it is in the interest of providing for the safety of our performers, audience members and staff.

Andrea Lauren Brown, soprano
Jody Kidwell, alto
Timothy Bentch, tenor
Ed Bara, bass

From its very first performance in Dublin in 1742, Messiah was a huge sensation. For more than three decades, VoxAmaDeus has presented to the Philadelphia region annual performances of Handel’s masterpiece, now a Christmas season tradition. Remaining true to Handel’s vision, this is the complete work performed on original Baroque instruments. But Maestro Radu makes a few changes each time, so no two performances are ever quite the same. This will be the 2021 edition! This year, make Messiah part of your holiday tradition—and come and be uplifted!

Running time: 2 hours – no intermission

Ama Deus Ensemble