The Kennedy Center

<i>Messiah</i> Sing-Along

Messiah Sing-Along

Sunday, December 9, 2007 2:00 PM

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Handel's "Messiah"
Conductors:
Barry S. Hemphill
Ron Freeman
Stan Engebretson

Soloists:
Alice Dillon, soprano
Carla Dirlikov, mezzo soprano
Pablo Talamante, tenor
David Brundage, bass-baritone

Choirs:

The Metropolitan Chorus

Fort Washington Community Chorus

National Philharmonic Chorale

Northern Virginia Chorale

The NVCC Annandale Chorale

Prince George's Choral Society

FREE -- TICKETS REQUIRED.

Free tickets will be given away on Saturday, December 8, 2007 in the Hall of Nations, beginning at 10 a.m. Limit two tickets per person. Dress warmly as lines form early outside the Kennedy Center.
You will receive a numbered coupon when you enter the building.  This secures your place in line.  You must have a numbered coupon in order to receive tickets.

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are valid until 1:45 p.m. ONLY - NO EXCEPTIONS. Unfilled seat locations will be filled with patrons waiting in line, who have no tickets.  Please make every effort to be in your seats before the 1:45 p.m. deadline.

For December 8:  Parking garage opens at 5:00 a.m.  Charge to park is $6.00 up until 10:00 a.m., when 
regular rate goes into effect.  The shuttle bus service begins at its regular 9:30 a.m. start time.

"Messiah" scores will be on sale at the Gift Shop.  Cost is $8.00

PLEASE NOTE:  There is NO free parking for patrons who are picking up free tickets to free events.

This performance will be sign interpreted and captioned.
ACCESSIBILITY POLICY FOR FREE TICKET DISTRIBUTIONS
Policy:
The Kennedy Center has events where free tickets are distributed on the day-of, several days  or weeks in advance of an event at the Center at a specific date/time on a first-come-first-served basis until available tickets are gone.  All patrons wishing to get tickets for this type of event must come to the Kennedy Center  in person to pick up the tickets or send someone else in their place. The number of tickets one person is allowed to get is determined, in advance, on an event-by-event basis. 

Procedure:
Tickets for the wheelchair accessible locations will be set aside and handed out to patrons in line who require and request wheelchair accessible seating as they come to the front of the line.
Requests for wheelchair accessible seating for patrons with disabilities are accommodated as the tickets are distributed. 
Once all other tickets have been distributed, the tickets for the wheelchair accessible locations will be released and distributed.
Patrons waiting in line for the free tickets are welcome to bring items for their own comfort such as chairs and blankets, additionally, the Kennedy Center makes available loaner wheelchairs.


For more information about accessibility for patrons with disabilities please call (202) 416-8727.

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Program & Notes

Composer
Piece
Handel