Handel’s Messiah

Handel’s Messiah

December 13 & 14, 2016
Centenary United Methodist Church

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Robert Moody, conductor
Margaret Carpenter Haigh, soprano
Daniel Moody, countertenor
Jonathan Blalock, tenor
Theo Hoffman, baritone
Winston-Salem Symphony Chamber Chorale
Dr. Christopher Gilliam, director

Presented by
Kilpatrick Townsend

Tickets from $20 plus tax

Single tickets for these concerts available Monday, August 15.

Tuesday, Dec 13
7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Dec 14
7:30 p.m.

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Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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Margaret Carpenter Haigh

Margaret Carpenter Haigh, soprano

Soprano Margaret Carpenter Haigh is in demand as a soloist and professional chorister both in the United States and abroad. A passionate proponent of both early music and new music, she regularly performs works by composers from the French, German, English, Spanish, and Dutch Renaissance and Baroque periods as well as music written by contemporary composers. Margaret is co-founder of the French Baroque ensemble L’Académie du Roi Soleil alongside UK-born organist and harpsichordist Nicolas Haigh.

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Daniel Moody

Daniel Moody, countertenor

Countertenor Daniel Moody has garnered widespread acclaim for his commanding yet expressive vocal timbre and his breathtaking musicianship. Praised as having a “vocal resonance, [which] makes a profoundly startling impression” (The New York Times) and for his “vivid and powerful” voice (The Boston Musical Intelligencer), Mr. Moody is equally known for his “sweet and melancholy sound” (The Washington Post) and ability to “pierce hearts” and “utterly silence a room” (The Boston Musical Intelligencer) with his expressivity and deep connection with audiences.

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Jonathan Blalock

Jonathan Blalock, tenor

American tenor Jonathan Blalock, winner of the 2014 Agnes Varis Prize for Bel Canto from the Opera Orchestra of New York, recently triumphed as Prince Claus in the world premiere of Mark Adamo’s Becoming Santa Claus at The Dallas Opera. His critically acclaimed performance was broadcast to Lincoln Center and will be released on DVD later this year.

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Theo Hoffman

Theo Hoffman, baritone

Praised by the New York Times for his “concentrated and rich” baritone, New York-born Theo Hoffman joins LA Opera in 2016-17 for its prestigious Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program. There he will sing Hermann in Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Second Nazarene in Salome, and Il medico in Macbeth, as well as cover Horemhab in Akhnaten and Pasha Selim in Die Entführung aus dem Serail.

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Educational initiatives made possible with funding by Wells Fargo, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County and The Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Schools.