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Handel's Messiah, the Opera-Ballet

WHERE
Theatre at Meydenbauer Center, 11100 NE 6th St, Bellevue
WHEN
Friday, December 28, 2012 to Sunday, December 30, 2012
TIME
Friday, 7pm; Saturday, 2pm and 7pm; Sunday, 2pm

Ballet Bellevue’s holiday production of Handel’s Messiah, the opera–ballet, is coming to downtown Bellevue at The Theatre at Meydenbauer Center in December 2012. This unique Northwest premiere brings ballet and opera together in the theater with live orchestra, chorus, and renowned Northwest opera soloists, Leslie Marks (soprano), Cheryse McLeod Lewis (alto), John Coons (Tenor), and Craig Garetson (Bass), under the baton of Music Director/Conductor, Dr. Linda Gingrich. Ballet Bellevue is very blessed to host this extraordinary work featuring original choreography by Bellevue native, Sayoko Knode. Artistic Directors, Erin A. Lake and Hannah Quamme, are excited to share their passion of ballet and opera combined with their love of Handel’s glorious music celebrating the life of Christ, the Messiah, in a ministry of the arts beyond compare.

For your special SPIRIT discount, enter “SPIRIT” at checkout! To purchase tickets go to www.balletbellevue.org

Event Admission Fee (if any): Students/Seniors $25, General $35, Patron $45

 Event Sponsor: Ballet Bellevue

 Phone Number: (425) 455-1345

 Web Site: http://www.balletbellevue.org

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