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Nottingham Bach Choir present Handel's Messiah

St Mary's Church, High Pavement, Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1HN

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Saturday 20 April 2024 | 3pm.
St Mary's Church, Lace Market
Tickets - Adults from £17.50   Students & Under 16s £5


One of the most enduring works of the entire choral canon, Handel's wonderful Messiah is being performed by Nottingham Bach Choir for the first time since 2005. But why April? Though performances are most common at Christmas time, the work - telling as it does the entire story of Christ's incarnation, ministry, passion and resurrection - is well-suited to the Easter season; indeed its premiere was in April 1742. NBC is delighted to be performing alongside a star-studded cast of soloists and, in a particularly exciting new venture for NBC, in collaboration with the St Mary's Church Children's Choirs.

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Handel: Messiah (20 Apr 2024)
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Saturday15:00

* Concert start time 3pm

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