Thanksgiving may be months away, but it’s never too early to plan a trip to New York City where you can see the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and sing the world’s most famous choral piece in Carnegie Hall.
This November 28, 2017, conductor Jonathan Willcocks will be leading the first Carnegie Hall performance of Handel’s Messiah of the 2017 Christmas season. Open to all choirs throughout the United States and Canada, this concert is an opportunity to perform in the world’s greatest concert hall and celebrate Thanksgiving in the exciting metropolis of New York City. You will be free to shop, visit Times Square, and dine in New York’s fabulous restaurants before your Carnegie Hall performance. Your evening will conclude with a starlit cruise around the Statue of Liberty.
To sing Handel’s Messiah in Carnegie Hall this Thanksgiving call us at 212-239-0205, email Director of Program Development, James Redcay, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us online at www.midamerica-music.com.