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Messing with “Messiah”: Handel’s oratorio re-imagined for a more inclusive world

Last Saturday afternoon, melodies filled Brunswick’s First Parish Church as Classical Uprising’s symphony of voices and instruments captivated audience members, even leading some to tears. This was “Messiah. Multiplied.”: German-born Baroque composer George Frideric Handel’s seminal work, performed in November in an effort to intentionally disassociate the work from Christmas and re-envisioned by Brooklyn-based ChamberQUEER in collaboration with Maine’s Oratorio Chorale and Classical Uprising.

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Bowdoin Chamber Choir Returns After Year-Long Hiatus

After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the Bowdoin Chamber Choir will resume rehearsals and performances for the 2021-2022 academic year. Lecturer in Music Jeffrey Christmas will serve as the group’s new faculty organizer following the retirement of previous organizer Professor of Music Emeritus Robert Greenlee.

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