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Handel Messiah

Conductor Dane Lam
Soprano Anna Leese
Mezzo Soprano Sian Pendry
Tenor Andrew Goodwin
Baritone Christopher Tonkin
Brisbane Chamber Choir

Handel Messiah, HWV 56

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Forever associated with Christmas, the first performance of Messiah 250 years ago assured its everlasting fame.

Divided into three separate parts that cover Christ’s birth, crucifixion and redemption, this concert is filled with well-known favourites such as ‘For unto us a child is born’, ‘Hallelujah’ and the blazing, ‘The trumpet shall sound’.


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Biographies

Conductor

Dane Lam

Dane Lam is Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of China's Xi'an Symphony Orchestra. Acclaimed by Limelight Magazine as “one of the most talented young conductors Australia has produced” and Manchester Evening News as “a master...
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Voice - Soprano

Anna Leese

Don Giovanni, NZ Opera “Best of all was Anna Leese's superbly sung Donna Elvira, her intonation faultless, her portrayal of this turbulent character utterly convincing”. - Roger Wilson, Dominion Post Wellington 13th October 2014 La...
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Voice - Mezzo Soprano

Sian Pendry

Cavalleria Rusticana, Opera Australia “…mezzosoprano Sian Pendry’s sultry, warm-toned Lola lit up the stage…” Murray Black, The Australian, January 2017 Madama Butterfly, Opera Australia “Just as fine was Sian Pendry's understated but all-too-human Suzuki” Michael...
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Voice - Tenor

Andrew Goodwin

The Diary of One Who Disappeared, Coriole Music Festival “…Tenor Andrew Goodwin gave this with the most intimate emotion..”. Graham Strahle, The Australian , May 2018 Evangelist, St John Passion, Melbourne Bach Choir “…This tenor...
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Voice - Baritone

Christopher Tonkin

The Nixon Tapes, Vivid Live, Sydney Opera House “…baritone Christopher Tonkin’s lighter and more shaded voice was ideally suited to the eloquent yet enigmatic Zhou Enlai”. Murray Black, The Australian, June 7, 2017 Trouble in...
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