Calvary Chapel Chester Springs to Host a Stellar Performance of Handel’s Messiah

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EXTON, PA — Calvary Chapel Chester Springs is set to host an extraordinary performance of selections from George Frideric Handel’s timeless masterpiece, Messiah. The concert, scheduled for Sunday, December 17, at 6 PM, will feature principal orchestra members from the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and other renowned institutions.

This two-hour performance promises to be more than just a musical extravaganza. It will also include teachings from Pastor Chris Swansen, adding an insightful dimension to the evening. The doors will open at 5 PM, allowing attendees ample time to settle in before the performance begins.

The tickets for this event are priced at $20 and are available through Brushfire. The seating for this event is on a General Admission basis, and all sales are final. The ticket price also includes access to post-performance receptions, making it a complete package of entertainment, enlightenment, and camaraderie.

This event is designed for those aged 14 years and older, making it a wonderful opportunity for families to enjoy a memorable evening together. Upon purchasing the tickets, attendees will receive an email from Brushfire with the ticket information. They can then choose to save the ticket to their mobile wallet, email it to a friend, or print a hard copy.

Calvary Chapel Chester Springs is conveniently located at 217 Dowlin Forge Road in Exton, Pennsylvania, making it easily accessible for residents and visitors alike.

Handel’s Messiah (HWV 56) is an English-language oratorio that was composed in 1741. The text was compiled from the King James Bible and the Coverdale Psalter by Charles Jennens. Since its first performance in Dublin on April 13, 1742, and its London premiere a year later, the oratorio has gained immense popularity. Today, it stands as one of the best-known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music.

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This performance at Calvary Chapel Chester Springs offers audiences a chance to experience this iconic piece in a unique setting, performed by some of the best musicians in the industry. Don’t miss out on this special evening of music and reflection.

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