Nicholas Mcgegan


BUY TICKETS NOW

Please contact the appropriate presenter for ticketing or customer service inquires

  • Sat, Dec 8, 2012, 7:00 pm
    First Congregational Church, Berkeley
    presented by
    Cal Performances
  • Sun, Dec 9, 2012, 3:00 pm
    Green Music Center
    Rohnert Park
    presented by
    Sonoma State University

  • “Mr. Suzuki brought long, almost tidal phrasing to this monumental work..."

    "Dann Coakwell...clear-voiced and eloquent..."

    "Dashon Burton...[noble] and rich tone"

    "Sherezade Panthaki...luminous...with pure, penetrating tone…”

    New York Times
    (May 2011 review of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion)

    Handel’s Messiah Tour

    Masaaki Suzuki

    Sherezade Panthaki

    Fabiana González

    Dann Coakwell

    Dashon Burton

    Bruce Lamott

    Masaaki Suzuki, conductor
    Sherezade Panthaki, soprano
    Fabiana González, alto
    Dann Coakwell, tenor
    Dashon Burton, bass-baritone
    Philharmonia Chorale, Bruce Lamott, director

    Handel’s beloved Messiah premiered in Dublin in 1742 and combines Old and New Testament texts concerning prophecies of a Messiah, or savior. One of the most loved of all musical compositions, it has become an integral part of any holiday season. Join guest conductor Masaaki Suzuki—director of Bach Collegium Japan, and a formidable Handelian—along with the incomparable Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale, and soloists from Yale University’s Institute of Sacred Music for a joyous performance of this extraordinary 18th-century masterpiece.

    Program
    HANDEL Messiah, HWV 56

    Philharmonia Baroque’s appearance at the Green Music Center is sponsored, in part, by Qualia Wines/Kivelstadt Vineyards.


    BUY TICKETS NOW

    Please contact the appropriate presenter for ticketing or customer service inquires

  • Sat, Dec 8, 2012, 7:00 pm
    First Congregational Church, Berkeley
    presented by
    Cal Performances
  • Sun, Dec 9, 2012, 3:00 pm
    Green Music Center
    Rohnert Park
    presented by
    Sonoma State University

  • “Mr. Suzuki brought long, almost tidal phrasing to this monumental work..."

    "Dann Coakwell...clear-voiced and eloquent..."

    "Dashon Burton...[noble] and rich tone"

    "Sherezade Panthaki...luminous...with pure, penetrating tone…”

    New York Times
    (May 2011 review of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion)