Jack Brown, Artistic Director                 Joe Rose, Accompanist



Berkshire Lyric presents Handel’s Messiah as a community sing on 
Saturday, December 27 at 2 p.m. 
at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Pittsfield.

The audience becomes the large chorus for this most famous of oratorios. Jack Brown will direct a professional orchestra with accompaniment on the church’s great Austin organ by Joe Rose.

Bring your own vocal score or buy one at the door.

A free will offering will be taken in support of this community event.

 

 

 

Upcoming events

27 Dec 2014 2:00 PM • St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Pittsfield MA

Berkshire Lyric Bulletin Board

Is more than just a chorus – it is a community of choral groups for adults, teens and children with the common goal of learning and mastering the art of choral music

Supports a wide range of music education projects in the Berkshires including our annual Young Musicians Scholarship, Berkshire Lyric Choral Scholars and "Adopt a High School" programs

Offers tuition-free musical opportunities to children and teens through our professionally led Blafield Children's Chorus, Berkshire Teen Singers and free children's summer choral camp

Has been a fixture on the musical landscape of the Berkshires since 1963.

                

 

 Grants           

Berkshire Lyric is a non-profit, federally tax exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council awarded by the following local cultural councils: Hinsdale-Peru, Pittsfield, Northern Berkshire, Windsor, New Marlborough, Stockbridge and Great Barrington. 

  




Berkshire Lyric Theatre, Inc.  P.O. Box 347  Pittsfield MA   01202

For more information, contact us at 413.499.0258 or via email at

info@berkshirelyricinfo.org

 Berkshire Lyric Theatre, Inc. is a nonprofit, federally tax exempt charitable organization under

Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

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