Christmas at Walt Disney Concert Hall

  • Messiah Sing-Along

    Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 7 pm

    George Frederic Handel | Messiah

    This event packs the house every year! With orchestra and soloists on stage, Music Director Grant Gershon will conduct you and 2,199 other singers in this joyful sing-along. Bring your own score or buy one in the lobby and join the chorus. Hallelujah!

    Orchestra | Soloists | YOU’RE THE CHORUS

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  • Festival of Carols

    Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 2 pm

    Ring in Christmas at Walt Disney Concert Hall with a concert of favorite carols sung by one of the greatest choirs in the world. Sprinkled with new arrangements and traditional songs of the season, this festive concert is an LA tradition guaranteed to put you in the mood to decorate the tree!

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  • Rejoice! A Cappella Christmas

    Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 7 pm

    Morten Lauridsen | O Magnum Mysterium (20th Anniversary)
    Eric Whitacre | Lux Aurumque
    Franz Biebl | Ave Maria
    Francis Poulenc | Christmas Motets
    and much more!

    With all the hubbub and craziness the holidays inevitably bring, it’s important to take a moment to stop, relax and let the true spirit of the season surround you. This year we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Morten Lauridsen’s monumental O Magnum Mysterium, which was given its first-ever performance by the Master Chorale in December 1994, along with an a cappella feast of the most jaw-droppingly gorgeous Christmas choral music ever composed.

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  • Handel: Messiah

    Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 7:30 pm
    Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 7 pm

    George Frederic Handel | Messiah

    Simply one of the greatest choral works of all time, Handel’s Messiah, as sung by the LA Master Chorale, returns to Disney Hall for two performances. Composed in a mere 24 days, Messiah continues to be the composer’s most popular work and may well be the most performed classical work of all time.

    48 Singers | Chamber Orchestra | Soloists

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