Perth singer callout to sing with the stars as Perth Symphonic Chorus presents Handel’s Messiah


Perth Symphonic Chorus.
Perth Symphonic Chorus.

PERTH Symphonic Chorus will present George Frederic Handel’s Messiah at Perth Concert Hall on Sunday, December 3 and conductor Margaret Pride is asking local singers to register their interest to perform on the afternoon.

Messiah Christmas Choir members will get to sing four choruses from this dramatic work under the direction of Pride and alongside renowned soloists Miriam Allan, Deborah Humble, Andrew Goodwin and Teddy Tahu Rhodes.

Pride said no audition was required, just a desire to be part of a majestic and joyful Christmas tradition in Perth.

She said the cost of $110 per adult ($60 students) included seven compulsory rehearsals held between All Saints Floreat Uniting Church and Perth Concert Hall from November 7, a birds-eye-view seat in the choir stalls and the thrill of participating in the 4pm performance at Perth Concert Hall on December 3.

More at www.perthsymphonicchorus.com.au/event/handels-messiah-christmas-choir-2017.