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let Angel Trumpets Sound
A Collaboration with Second Presbyterian Church

Dr. Michelle Louer, Conductor
December 4, 2022 | 3 pm  Second Presbyterian Church

Let Angel Trumpets Sound is a vocal and instrumental program designed to explore the wonder derived from mysteries, miracles, and works of art. The first half of the program features orchestra, a capella, and chamber ensemble pieces highlighting members of the Beecher Singers and the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra. Nationally-recognized Baroque trumpet player Kris Kwapis will be featured in the two Handel arias "Eternal Source of Light Divine," and "Let the Bright Seraphim," as well as in an instrumental piece by Giuseppe Torelli. Orchestra leader Adriane Post will be featured in Vivaldi's Violin Concerto in E Major RV 270 - "Il riposo: per il Santissimo Natale." 

To honor our annual tradition, the orchestra and Beecher Singers will join forces to perform Part 1 of Handel's Messiah. 

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December 2022 marks our fourth annual collaboration with Dr. Michelle Louer and the Beecher Singers of Second Presbyterian Church. This event weekend will also include the second presentation of 'Getting a Handel on Messiah,' a children's introduction to Handel's Messiah. More information about IBO education events can be found here. 

Program

Eternal Source of Light Divine | G.F. Handel

Komm, Jesu, Komm, BWV 229 | J.S. Bach

Ein Kind ist ein Geboren | Heinrich Schütz

Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland | Heinrich Schütz

Hodie Christus Natus Est | Heinrich Schütz

Let the Bright Seraphim | G.F. Handel

Violin Concerto in E Major, RV 270 | Antonio Vivaldi

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Messiah, Part I | G. F. Handel

About the Program


Throughout the 2022-2023 season, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra will observe COVID-19 policies as outlined by venue partners, as well as state and local health organizations. We continue to encourage all patrons, artists, and staff to make decisions based on their individuals health concerns and needs, and expect that individual choices be respected by all parties.