Tukwila, Washington/October 30, 2003 – Join the Rainier Symphony for a memorable and fun-filled evening on Saturday December 27 for a unique sing along presentation of The Messiah by Handel.
Rainier Symphony’s conductor, David Waltman along with eight guest choir directors will pass the baton leading a mass choir and orchestra featuring top local choirs, Rainier Symphony members and other talented musicians. All proceeds from this unique event fund the Rainier Symphony – a non-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable classical music locally, supporting music programs in our schools, and providing talented volunteer musicians a great way to share their talent.
Messiah Pass the Baton – Messiah Marathon Concert
Saturday, December 27, 2003 6:30 p.m.
New Life Church
15711 152nd Ave. SE
Individual tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Tickets are available online at www.rainiersymphony.org/tickets, by calling the Symphony office at 206-781-5618, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and at select music stores in Kent, Tukwila, and Renton.
The complete schedule of concerts and music selections are available online at www.rainiersymphony.org.
The Rainier Symphony, founded in 1981, is the premier all-volunteer orchestra in King County providing classical symphonic music for the enjoyment and education of the community. The non-profit organization is able to provide great music through the generosity of its audiences along with the support of the Tukwila Arts Commission, the City of Tukwila, and the cooperation of the Tukwila School District.
Scott Moline, (206) 790-5702
Main Office: (206) 781-5618