Boston Baroque gave Boston’s first period-instrument performances of Handel’s glorious oratorio in 1981, and the work has become an annual tradition at the holidays for many members of Boston Baroque’s audience. This year the orchestra and chorus are joined by three soloists who perform frequently with the ensemble — soprano Mary Wilson, mezzo-soprano Ann McMahon Quintero, and baritone Andrew Garland — as well as tenor John McVeigh, who is making his debut with Boston Baroque. Subscriptions for the 2012-2013 season start at just $66 for a three-concert package, to a maximum of $380 for all five concerts in the top seating category. Subscribers enjoy a variety of benefits, including price discounts, easy ticket exchange, special subscriber events throughout the season, and more. For more information or to place subscription orders, patrons can call the Boston Baroque box office, at 617.987.8600 ext. 1, Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Information is also available online at www.bostonbaroque.org. Tickets to individual concerts will be available beginning September 1.
7:30pm on Saturday, December 8th 2012
New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall 30 Gainsborough Street, Boston