CONCERTS

SEASON TICKETS

Season ticket packages start at $86. Download and print the order form, which you can fax to us at 505-243-6233 or mail to the address here. Or call the chorus office at 505-247-0181 to order by phone with a credit card.

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS FOR MESSIAH
Individual tickets are available online here. You may purchase by one of the following methods:

  1. Online
  2. By phone from UNM Ticket Offices—505-925-5858
  3. In person
  • The Pit (map)—1111 University SE, Mon-Fri, 8:30 am-5 pm
  • UNM Bookstore (map)—Tues-Fri, 10 am-6 pm
  • Albertsons Supermarkets—Every Day, 9 am-8 pm
  • Popejoy Hall box office beginning 90 minutes before the performance

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MESSIAH TICKETS
The following special discounts are available on individual tickets to this concert:

  1. Student Discount of 20% for those up to 12th grade or full-time students any age with valid student ID
  2. $8 student rush tickets, up to two tickets per student with valid full-time student ID and available beginning 90 minutes prior to concert at the Popejoy Hall box office
  3. Group Discount of 20% for purchases of 15 or more tickets

MESSIAH

New Mexico Symphonic Chorus
and New Mexico Philharmonic

7:30 pm, Friday, December 16, 2016, at Popejoy Hall

 

Roger Melone, conductor
Clara Rottsolk, soprano
Andrew Rader, countertenor
Kyle Stegall, tenor
David Grogan, baritone

 

Handel, Messiah

 

Unto the New Mexico holiday season this all-time choral masterwork is given! Experience Handel’s signature oratorio in its entirety, with Baroque-sized forces and world-class Baroque soloists. The combination of texts from the Old and New Testaments explores the many aspects of Christ’s birth, life, death, and resurrection. Messiah is a truly transcendent musical moment enjoyed by audiences the world over for more than 250 years. Roger Melone conducts the chorus, orchestra, and nationally acclaimed soloists from his seat at the harpsichord.


Thanks to our concert sponsors:

George & Sibilla Boerigter

X-Ray Associates of New Mexico