Handel’s Messiah comes to Langley

Choir and orchestra perform at the Willoughby Canadian Reformed Church on Dec. 16

The Handel Society presents Handel’s Messiah in Langley on Friday, Dec. 16 and in White Rock on Saturday, Dec. 17.

The Handel Society presents Handel’s Messiah in Langley on Friday, Dec. 16 and in White Rock on Saturday, Dec. 17.

The events feature a choir and orchestra conducted by Johan Louwersheimer, with soprano Melanie Krueger, alto Tasha Meisami Farivar, tenor Adam Dyjach and bass Willy Niles-Grenzberg.

The Friday performance will be held at Willoughby Canadian Reformed Church, 7949 202A St. and the Saturday performance is at First United Church in White Rock, 15385 Semiahmoo Ave. Both begin at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $25 or $20 for seniors and students, and are available at the door, or in advance at European Deli and Catering, 106 22341 Fraser Hwy., or Long and McQuade, 207 6339 200 St.

Visit www.handelsociety.ca for more info.

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