Led by Rayl, members of MSU Choral Union, University Chorale, and State Singers join the MSU Symphony Orchestra for a concert of inspiring and uplifting music. The program features the beloved “Hallelujah” and other favorites from Handel’s Messiah, plus perennial choral-orchestral selections such as ”Cantique de Jean Racine” by Fauré and Mozart’s "Ave verum corpus." Also included are works especially fitting for these times, including Mendelssohn’s “Thanks be to God” from Elijah as an expression of gratitude, “How lovely is thy dwelling place” by Brahms as an expression of comfort for those who have lost loved ones, and "Dona nobis pacem" by J.S. Bach as an expression of the universal quest for peace.
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