Master Chorale of Washington Sings Mendelssohn's Elijah at the Kennedy Center
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Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah is action-packed with whirlwinds, earthquakes and plenty of fire…interspersed with glorious moments of peace and serenity with familiar arias and well-known choruses. Mendelssohn would be celebrating his 200th birthday in 2009, so come help the Master Chorale of Washington start his birthday season in style with an inspiring performance of this great work.
Colleen Daly – Soprano
Linda Maguire – Mezzo-Soprano
Charles Reid – Tenor
Nathan Berg – Bass – Baritone
Melissa Coombs – Youth
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Founded in 1967 by the late Paul Hill, the Master Chorale of Washington (formerly the Paul Hill Chorale) has performed over 200 concerts in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, appearing in its own subscription concert series and in collaborative performances with the National Symphony Orchestra, Joffrey Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem and many others.
The Master Chorale of Washington is currently the only symphonic-sized chorus in the greater Washington community that follows the model of the world's finest choruses; employing a complement of professional singers within its rigorously auditioned and extremely talented volunteer base.