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Brisbane Sings Messiah


Sun 1 Dec 2019, 2:45pm–5:30pm

Where: Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane CBD, Queensland

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • Adults - Balcony: $60.00
  • Adults - A Reserve: $55.00
  • Adults - B Reserve: $50.00
  • Adults - Balcony - Concession: $55.00
  • Adults - A Reserve - Concession: $50.00
  • Adults - B Reserve - Concession: $45.00
  • Fulltime Student - Balcony: $25.00
  • Fulltime Student - A Reserve: $20.00
  • Fulltime Student - B Reserve: $15.00
  • Child - Balcony with paying adult: $25.00
  • Child - A Reserve with paying adult: $20.00
  • Child - B Reserve with paying adult: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Händel’s famous oratorio, The Messiah, performed in concert with members of the Brisbane public for the most famous choruses, in Brisbane’s outstanding concert venue, Brisbane City Hall. Brisbane Sings Messiah is one of the Queensland Choir’s signature events and has become a Christmas tradition for many audience members, including people who don’t regularly go to concerts.

George Frederic Händel’s glorious oratorio will be performed by a chorus of more than 150 comprised of The Queensland Choir and guest choristers. With its blazing trumpets, thundering tympani and thrilling Hallelujah Chorus, Händel’s great choral masterpiece offers a magnificent combination of theatrical effect and spiritual reflection.

Conductor: Kevin Power OAM
Orchestra: Sinfonia of St Andrews
Brisbane Sings Messiah Chorus - 150+
Soloists: Eleanor Greenwood - soprano, Sarah Winn - mezzo-soprano, Phillip Costovski - tenor and Sam Hartley - bass