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Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
323-850-2000
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27 events
12 reviews
5 stars
I am unfamiliar with public transit. Parking is $9.00, but it is convenient.
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27 events
12 reviews
5 stars
The weather was warm but a little breezy. I wore casual dressy clothes and a shawl. Be comfortable, but look nice..
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"Messiah Sing-Along"
18 ratings
4.7 average rating
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LADinLA Red Velvet
42 events
19 reviews
13 stars
attended Dec 15 2008

This was my first time...LOVED the conductor and the orchestra (especially the harpsichord!), really enjoyed the tenor...thought the baritone and alto soloists were fine...but was a bit disappointed in the the soprano and the fact that the...continued

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78 events
29 reviews
78 stars
attended Dec 15 2008

Fabulous. Unforgettable.
Goldstar contacted the venue to provide us with easily accessible seats as one of us had problems walking. We had great seats. There is a separate parking lot at the Disney Concert Hall. We didn't have to walk outside...continued

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56 events
26 reviews
42 stars
attended Dec 15 2008

I was a messiah sing along virgin, and also a shower singer, so it did not occur to me to purchase the score, which would have made participation easier....having said that, the experience was wonderful in Disney Hall and I think I will go again...continued

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Description

The Los Angeles Master Chorale presented its first Messiah Sing-Along 28 years ago, helping to pioneer the format.  An unqualified success since the beginning, the Chorale has made the event an annual holiday tradition.  Scores of would-be singers from across the Southland – and those happy to simply observe – converge on Disney Hall to belt out what is no doubt one of the greatest hits of all times.

“It is so much fun to conduct the audience,” says Gershon.  “We get some very talented singers in the hall, but lots of folks come just to enjoy the spirit of the evening and Handel’s beautiful music.  Anything goes!”  Scores are available for sale at the door.

A team of four professional singers from the Chorale performs the solo roles while the rest of the Chorale takes the night off.

For the December 15 Sing-Along, the Chorale members singing the solo roles are Margaurite Mathis-Clark, soprano; Michele Hemmings,alto; James Callon, tenor; and Steve Pence, bass_._