650 Great Rd
Saturday December 15, 2018 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Held at Princeton Day School
Handel’s creative genius was in full flower when he penned his most famous work in 1742, a three-part oratorio that reflects the sophistication of 18th century England and has radiated a special
sacred and musical message to a yearning and receptive world for over 250 years. Learn more about this extraordinary masterwork in a lecture-demonstration that explores beautiful songs and thrilling choruses. Registration is required and is due by December 8th. To register and for more information call 609-279-2335.
The event is free and a free lunch is provided at the Tenacre cafeteria.