Founded in 1815, Handel and Haydn Society perform its 207th consecutive season, the most of any performing arts organization in the United States.
Looking to get into the holiday spirit? Handel and Haydn Society returns to Symphony Hall to perform Handel’s Messiah. The concert is a tradition that dates back to 1815, which featured the then quite famous “Hallelujah” chorus. This year’s performance will be a special treat for audiences as Harry Christophers returns for his 13th and final season as Artistic Director of H+H.
This year’s concert will also feature the H+H Orchestra and Chorus as well as Carolyn Sampson – soprano, Reginald Mobley – countertenor, James Way – tenor, and Roderick Williams – baritone.
Concerts at Symphony Hall will take place Friday, November 26 – Sunday, November 28th. For more information about the Handel and Haydn Society, Handel’s Messiah, and tickets to their upcoming peformances visit, Handel and Haydn Society website.