G. F. Handel’s Messiah Presented December 2, 2018 in Delaware

– The Southern Delaware Chorale (SDC), under the direction of Dr. Colin Armstrong, will present a concert performance of G. F. Handel’s Messiah, with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony and four professional soloists on Sunday, December 2, 2018. The group will begin heralding in the holidays at 3:00 p.m., Cape Henlopen High School, 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes, Delaware 19958.

Joining the choir, which consists of approximately 60 members, will be: Leah Inger, Soprano; Kasey Steward, Mezzo-Soprano; Jordan Schreiner, Tenor and Travis Lucas, Bass. SDC is excited about this new collaboration with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony. T.J. Thomas of Lewes will also be joining us on the Harpsichord. The symphony will be playing with the group in December, then, the Chorale will be joining MAS for their concerts in late April (Ocean City, Maryland and Wye Mills, Maryland. The group will be presenting the “Fourth Movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony” and a choral version of “Finlandia.”

Dr. Colin Armstrong, the Artistic Director and Conductor of the chorale, says that: “The singers of the Southern Delaware Chorale include multiple generations of experienced and inexperienced singers who are there to learn. It has been such a pleasure to work with an evolving team that is dedicated to making the organization thrive in our 21st century society.”

Dr. Armstrong is looking forward to welcoming more singers for the upcoming Black History Month concert on February 24, 2019 and the Spring performances with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony and spring concert on May 5, 2019.

Tickets can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets for General Admission – $25.00 ($26.87 w/service fee) or Students, $10.00 ($11.34 w/service fee. Tickets are also available from any member of the chorale or at Puzzles in Lewes and BrowseaboutBooks in Rehoboth Beach.

The Southern Delaware is a non-profit organization which promotes choral music in Southern Delaware by bringing together local singers of all ages who share a mutual love of good music.