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    Handel's MESSIAH by the Alabama Civic Chorale

    Presented by at Riverchase United Methodist Church

    November 18, 2012


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    Handel's MESSIAH by the Alabama Civic Chorale

    This November 18, 3 pm, at Riverchase United Methodist Church, Hoover, Alabama, the Alabama Civic Chorale will present Handel's MESSIAH. This is the 65th annual presentation by this chorus of 90 to 100 singers from all over Alabama. Members of The ALabama Symphony, and Walt Rogers organist will accompany. . Nursery is provided.  The presentation is free and it is our gift to you for the holidays. Bebe Clark Kok, Conductor.


    Riverchase United Methodist Church

    1953 Old Montgomery Highway
    Hoover, AL 35244

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    Admission Info:
    FreeĀ 


    General Day and Time Info:

    3:00 p.m.


    Phone: 205-914-3524


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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    • Event Name: Handel's MESSIAH by the Alabama Civic Chorale
      Article: Alabama Civic Chorale's 'Messiah': 64 and going strong
      The Birmingham News - Nov 20, 2011
      By Michael Huebner

      At a recent rehearsal of Handel's "Messiah," conductor Bebe Kok asked the 100-voice Alabama Civic Chorale to turn around and look at what she was...
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      At a recent rehearsal of Handel's "Messiah," conductor Bebe Kok asked the 100-voice Alabama Civic Chorale to turn around and look at what she was looking at. "It was a huge stained glass window of Christ," said Cissy Johnson, Kok's daughter and a 29-year veteran of the annual performance. "People were trying not to cry. She told us, 'That's what I do every year. I get to listen to you and look at that.' It makes you think about what you're singing."
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