Live on New Year's Eve Day!
One Performance Only:
December 31, 2022 at 1:00pm
In Collaboration with
The Handel and Haydn Society’s annual "EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION CONCERT" is back IN PERSON on New Year’s Eve.
ABOUT THE SHOW
The Handel and Haydn Society will present the 160th Anniversary of the "EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION CONCERT"
The concert marks the return to Trinity Church for The Handel and Haydn Society following two years of online performances due to the pandemic.
The concert is free and open to the public and takes place at 1:00 PM on Saturday, December 31.
Kevin T. Baldwin is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA)
ABOUT THE HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY
Boston’s Grammy-winning Handel and Haydn Society performs Baroque and Classical music with a freshness, a vitality, and a creativity that inspires all ages. Handel and Haydn Society has been captivating audiences for 208 consecutive seasons (the most of any performing arts organization in the United States), speaking to its singular success at converting new audiences to this extraordinary music, generation after generation. Handel and Haydn Society performed the “Hallelujah” chorus from Handel’s "Messiah" in its first concert in 1815, gave the American premiere in 1818, and ever since has been both a musical and a civic leader in the Boston community. Handel and Haydn Society supports seven youth choirs of singers in grades 2–12, and provides thousands of complimentary tickets to students and communities throughout Boston, ensuring the joy of music is accessible to all. Handel and Haydn Society has released 16 CDs on the CORO label and has toured nationally and internationally. In all these ways, Handel and Haydn Society fulfills its mission to inspire the intellect, touch the heart, elevate the soul, and connect all of us with our shared humanity through transformative experiences with Baroque and Classical music.
Handel and Haydn Society
9 Harcourt Street
Boston, MA. 02116
Phone # 617-262-1815
Fax # 617-266-4217