Community Events

26th Annual Performance of Handel's Messiah

WHERE
Tacoma First Baptist Church, 1328 S 84th St, Tacoma
WHEN
Saturday, December 8, 2012
TIME
7pm

Plan nowfor the event of the season.  TFBC's 26th annual performance of Handel's Messiah. Starring the TFBC Choir + Orchestra, including special solo guests

Youna Jang, Soprano--Hometown: Seoul, Korea;  Current City: Blue Bell, PA

Education: M.M. in Opera Performance and B.M. in Voice, Temple University Some Roles: Tatyana, Eugene Onegin; Cio-Cio-san, Madama Butterfly; Micaëla, Carmen; Papagena, Die Zauberflöte; Mimì, La Bohème; Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni; Antonia, Les Contes d’Hoffmann; Alice, Falstaff.

Margaret Mezzacappa, mezzo-soprano--Hometown: Euclid, Ohio

Education: B.M. in Music Performance, Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music.      Competitions: Sara Tucker Study Grant, 2012; Grand Prize Winner, Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, 2012; 2012 winner of the George London Foundation Vocal Competition; Fourth Prize, Giulio Gari Foundation International Vocal Competition, 2011; Top Prize, Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation International Vocal Competition, 2011; Second Prize, Palm Beach Opera Vocal Competition, 2011; Second Prize, Gerda Lissner Foundation International Vocal Competition, 2011; Third Prize, Loren L. Zachary Society Vocal Competition, 2011; Recipient, Sergio Franchi Award, 2010; Grant, Loeb Foundation, 2010; Winner, Giargiari Bel Canto Competition, 2009; Winner, Baldwin-Wallace College Concerto Competition, 2008.

Mackenzie Whitney, tenor--Hometown: Janesville, Iowa

Education: B.M., University of Northern Iowa.  Roles: Tamino, Die Zauberflöte; Nika Magadoff, The Consul; Alfred, Die Fledermaus; Ezekiel Cheever, The Crucible; all with University of Northern Iowa.

Kuwon Lee, Bass - no info provided.

Event Admission Fee (if any): FREE

Event Sponsor: TFBC

Phone Number: (253) 535-5803

Web Site: http://TFBC.ORG

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