WATD to broadcast Messiah performance
Published: 2010-12-07

WATD radio will present a special broadcast of the ENC Choral Union’s annual free performance of Handel’s Messiah Tuesday December 7 at 8 p.m. on 95.9 FM.

In addition to airing the previously recorded performance in its entirety, WATD will precede the broadcast with interviews and commentary from ENC music professors Delvyn Case and Brady Millican as well as three music majors, featured in the performance, who will discuss performing the beloved oratorio.

Each year, the 70-member Choral Union presents two free performances of Messiah as a gift to the local community. WATD’s presentation of ENC’s Messiah concert is sponsored by Jim and Holly Clifford and the staff at Clifford’s Flowers in Quincy.



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