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Saturday, December 1, 2018 6:00 PM // Hill Auditorium Mezzanine Lobby

Pre-Performance Discussion
Fortunate the Eyes that See and the Ears that Hear

Presented by the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies (MCECS) and the University of Michigan Department of Middle East Studies

In conjunction with the annual Handel’s Messiah performances, Scott Hanoian, Music Director of the UMS Choral Union, and local soloists give an insider look and live demonstration of Handel’s treatment of Charles Jennens’ libretto. MCECS Board Member Emerita Lynne Alcott Kogel presents Jennens’ Libretto in Light and Color: Handel’s Messiah in 1,000 Years of Stained Glass.

Must have ticket to that evening’s performance to attend.

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12/1/18 6:00 PM
Hill Auditorium Mezzanine Lobby

Pre-Performance Discussion
Fortunate the Eyes that See and the Ears that Hear

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Presented by the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies (MCECS) and the University of Michigan Department of Middle East Studies

In conjunction with the annual Handel’s Messiah performances, Scott Hanoian, Music Director of the UMS Choral Union, and local soloists give an insider look and live demonstration of Handel’s treatment of Charles Jennens’ libretto. MCECS Board Member Emerita Lynne Alcott Kogel presents Jennens’ Libretto in Light and Color: Handel’s Messiah in 1,000 Years of Stained Glass.

Must have ticket to that evening’s performance to attend.

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