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What portions of Messiah are being performed?

Almost all of Part I (which is the Christmas portion of Messiah) plus selected portions of Parts II and III including the beloved “Hallelujah Chorus”.  The music for “Hallelujah Chorus” will be printed and available so the audience can join in.  For a complete listing of the movements to be performed, click here.

Who are the soloists?

Jacqueline Dunleavy, Soprano

Meghan Williams, Mezzo Soprano

Kent Schauble, Tenor

Mark Hightower, Bass

Will The Choristers be accompanied by a professional orchestra?

Yes.  There will be a 14 piece orchestra.  Because the choir pays near to scale, it is able to contract many of the best freelance professional instrumentalists in the Philadelphia area.

How long will the concert last?

The concert will last approximately 1 hour and 55 minutes.  This includes a 15-minute intermission.

What are the ticket prices?

Adult is $25 in advance and $30 at the door.  Senior Citizen (fixed income or 65 and above; whichever applies) is $20 in advance and $25 at the door.  College and High School Students are $5 in advance and $10 at the door.  Children under high school age are admitted free.

Is there a discount for groups?

Unfortunately no.  With dwindling governmental and corporate support for the arts, the choir does not have the fiscal ability to offer group discounts for the concert.

How do I get tickets?

If you want to order tickets online, click here.  If you want to order tickets without giving your credit card information, please e-mail the choir at Info@TheChoristers.org providing your name and telephone number.  The choir's Treasurer will contact you.  Another option is to call 215-542-7871.

Is there any reserved seating?

No.  Seating is general admission.

Is the performance space handicapped accessible?

Yes.  There are no steps between the parking area and the sanctuary of Trinity Lutheran Church.  If wheelchair seating is needed, please contact the choir at Info@TheChoristers.org so it can be arranged.  Parts of the sanctuary have moveable chairs.  The choir will create the space for wheelchair seating.

Will there be refreshments available during intermission?

Yes.  Homemade baked goods and water will be for sale during Intermission.


For directions to Trinity Lutheran Church in Lansdale, click here.