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Portland Chamber Orchestra, Oregon Chorale

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Wednesday-Friday, Dec. 19-21., Wednesday December 19 | $5-$25.
 
The December 23 performance at Lewis & Clark College is sold out, but there’s still a pair of east- and west-side opportunities to catch this modern-instrument version of Handel’s seasonal favorite, Messiah, featuring Hillsboro’s 50-voice symphonic choir, Portland’s dandy small orchestra, some excellent local soloists and youth choirs. Wednesday’s performance is at St. Henry Catholic Church in Gresham (346 NW 1st St.) and Friday’s is at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Hillsboro (447 SE 3rd Ave.).



Where: Multiple venues
Phone: 771.3250

 
 
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