Arts
8:44 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Robert Moody Conducts Handel's Messiah

There are many great holiday traditions here in the Piedmont Triad. One of them involves the Winston-Salem Symphony and one of classical music’s most powerful messages of faith: Handel’s Messiah. This year once again Maestro Robert Moody conducts the Winston-Salem Symphony and Chorale for two dynamic performances.

David Ford spoke with Robert Moody.  Moody will lead the orchestra and Chorale in two performances of Handel’s Messiah: Tuesday night, December 17th, and Wednesday night the 18th at 7:30 in Centenary United Methodist Church. Tickets range from 10 bucks to 45 dollars.

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