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The majesty of Handel’s ‘Messiah’ a full experience at Symphony Tacoma performance

Symphony Tacoma held its annual performance of “Messiah” Dec. 14 at St. Charles Borromeo. The well-attended show once again took the audience on the great arc of the operatic story, from the predictions of the coming of the messiah, “a man of sorrows,” through his suffering of physical torment and then his ultimate triumph.

Symphony Tacoma conductor Sarah Ioannides guided the orchestra and choir through the grand arc of the oratorio.

 
 
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