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Hallelujah! Symphony chorus master accepts ‘Messiah’ challenge


Hallelujah! Symphony chorus master accepts ‘Messiah’ challenge
MID-TX SYMPHONY/Courtesy The Mid-Texas Symphony’s 2015-16 season includes selections from Handel’s “Messiah” in December, Rachmaninoff on Feb. 21, Strauss in April, and Saint-Säens’ “Symphony No. 3” in May.


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There is no denying George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah,” composed in 1741, is the most often sung piece of holiday music in the world. It can also be one of the most challenging for vocalists, but the Mid-Texas Symphony’s new chorus master, David Gailey, says he is up for the challenge. He is confident the MTS Community Chorus will be ready to “wow” when selections from the “Messiah” are performed with the Mid-Texas Symphony Sunday, Dec. 13, in the Jackson Auditorium at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin. . . .

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