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Sing with the One City Choir in NEMPAC’s 3rd Annual MESSIAH Concert

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) partners up with the Boston Landmarks Orchestra and Eureka Ensemble to host its 3rd annual Messiah Concert on Wednesday, December 13th 2017. The concert will be presented at St. Stephen’s Church at 7:00 p.m. and will feature Part I of the Messiah and a special Youth Choir prelude piece accompanied by orchestra. The Youth Choir will be made up of singers form both the St. John School and the Eliot K-8 Innovation School in the North End.

Conductor, Kristo Kondakci returns to the podium this year to lead the Eureka Ensemble Orchestra and the Boston Landmarks Orchestra One City Choir. Registration is open for interested singers to join the One City Choir for this production!  Singers of all ability levels are encouraged to participate. Please sign up by completing this online form here – Sing with the One City Choir.

Where: St. Stephen’s Church / 416 Hanover Street / North End / *Handicap Accessible

When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

Who: NEMPAC with the Eureka Ensemble Musicians, The Boston Landmarks Orchestra’s One City Choir, Soloists, and the NEMPAC Youth Choir featuring singers from both the Eliot K-8 Innovation School and the St. John School in the North End.

Tickets: Will be available online soon. Check for updates! Ticket prices will be affordable for all to attend.

Sponsorship: If you or a business is interested in supporting this special project, please see sponsorship options. Please contact Executive Director Sherri Snow at to learn more. MESSIAH Sponsorship Options 2017.

Contact: For questions about participating in the choir, please contact production manager Cate Galligher at For questions about the concert please contact Sherri Snow at

All ticket proceeds benefit NEMPAC and its mission in the community. All sponsorship proceeds go directly to Messiah production costs including artists/musician stipends, production fees and printing.