Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018 7:00p -
St. Leonard's Church
320 Hanover St
Boston, MA 02113
NORTH END MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AND BOSTON LANDMARKS ORCHESTRA BRING COMMUNITY TOGETHER THROUGH MUSIC AND PRESENT A PERFORMANCE OF HANDEL’S MESSIAH IN BOSTON’S LITTLE ITALY
The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) and Boston Landmarks Orchestra are thrilled to co-present the beloved 4th annual Handel’s Messiah, Part I, Concert on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018, at 7 p.m. to welcome the Holiday Season featuring the Boston Landmarks Orchestra, One City Choir, NEMPAC Youth Choir, and Professional Soloists at St. Leonard’s Church (320 Hanover Street) in the North End of Boston. This concert is free and open to the public.
Internationally acclaimed Music Director Christopher Wilkins takes the podium this year to direct this performance, unlike any you will see in the City of Boston. Daniel Mahoney is the Conductor working with the One City Choir. Alexandra Dietrich is the Conductor for the Youth Choir made up of students from the local North End Elementary schools, the St. John School and the Eliot K-8 Innovation School who will perform a special prelude to the concert. The Professional Soloists will feature Teresa Wakim (soprano), Emily Marvosh (contralto), Ethan DePuy (tenor), and Junhan Choi (bass).
The Messiah performance is a gift for Bostonians and music-lovers that want to visit Boston’s Little Italy and experience art and culture through a production that brings together both professional and amateur singers and musicians to create a meaningful, unforgettable experience for all.
This concert is sponsored in part by Lucia Ristorante and the Frattaroli Family in Loving Memory of Mark F. Frattaroli.
Concert information can be viewed via nempacboston.org
Where: St. Leonard’s Church | 320 Hanover St., Boston, MA 02113 | *Handicap Accessible
When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
Who: The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) and Boston Landmarks Orchestra present Boston Landmarks Orchestra, One City Choir, NEMPAC Youth Choir, Professional Soloists, and Music Director Christopher Wilkins.
Soloists: Teresa Wakim (soprano), Emily Marvosh (contralto), Ethan DePuy (Tenor), Junhan Choi (Bass)
Cost: Free and open to the public.
Limited reserved seating available online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/handels-messiah-part-1-annual-holiday-concert-tickets-51620486264
ABOUT NEMPAC: The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) enriches Boston’s North End Waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods through affordable, quality music education and performing arts programs. Our concerts make the North End of Boston a destination for arts and culture. As we continue to grow as a Performing Arts Center, we continue to ensure we are engaging our audiences with creative, quality, and innovative programming.
To support your local 501(c)(3) North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC), please consider making a donation to the NEMPAC Annual Holiday Campaign here. Donations fund future programming including free concerts, educational music programs for all ages and abilities, and the production of professional performance events.
North End Music & Performing Arts Center
P.O. Box 130255
Boston, MA 02113
ABOUT BOSTON LANDMARKS ORCHESTRA: The Boston Landmarks Orchestra was founded in 2001 by conductor and community advocate Charles Ansbacher. The orchestra is comprised of many of the area’s finest professional musicians and they are active throughout the neighborhoods of Boston. Boston Landmarks Orchestra believes in breaking down barriers for all people. They believe in the fun and spontaneity of music making and consider all Bostonians to be their public.
ABOUT THE ONE CITY CHOIR: The choir is a volunteer group made up of over 40 experienced choir singers from all over the greater Boston area and state.
Note about St. Leonard’s Church & Fundraising Campaign:
Through the generosity of a great benefactor, Saint Leonard Parish has received a pledge to match any donations made to the parish restoration fund up to $1 million dollars. This unique “Matching Donation” Program will last until December 25, 2018. Please contact the Parish Office for more details (617)523-2110 and firstname.lastname@example.org