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Charm City Goes Classical
April 30 at 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Department of Music is pleased to serve as host to the Handel Choir of Baltimore and its artistic director and conductor, Brian Bartoldus, for their program Charm City Goes Classical. The UMBC Camerata Chamber Choir, conducted by Stephen Caracciolo, joins the performance as collaborators in a program that includes Mozart’s thrilling Mass in C, K. 317 (“Coronation”) and Handel’s eight-movement anthem My song shall be alway, HWV 252. The Handel Period Instrument Orchestra and vocal soloists will join the combined choirs on stage for this full-house performance!
Premium tickets $42, standard tickets $32, student tickets $10, virtual/livestream tickets $25. Please visit here to purchase tickets.
Please note that visitors to Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall are required to wear masks. Please visit here to view UMBC’s current masking policy.
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