Arizona PBS delivers The Phoenix Symphony performance of ‘Messiah’
Get the experience of the best seat in the hall with our livestream of The Phoenix Symphony’s sold-out performance of ‘Messiah’ this Sunday, Dec. 18 at 3 p.m. Available only during the afternoon performance, this is an exclusive livestream for the first one hundred and fifty listeners. This stream will use technology that provides a full-fidelity, immersive experience for our listeners at home. Click here to listen. For the best listening experience, a Chrome browser is recommended. Program notes for the performance are available from The Phoenix Symphony for those who are listening at home, providing the full text of the piece as well as background about “Messiah.” With the “Hallelujah” chorus at its heart, ‘Messiah’ has become synonymous with Christmas celebration. Tito Muñoz conducts this magnificent sacred masterpiece with The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and soloists Tiffany Choe, Lauren Cook, Brad Bickhardt and Schyler Vargas. Learn more about special holiday broadcasts from Classical Arizona PBS here.