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Pittsburgh Concert Chorale Brings Sounds of the Season, and a Messiah Sing-Along, This Winter!
Enjoy Holiday Classics and Start New Traditions with the PCC!

PITTSBURGH (November 17, 2017) – The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale is pleased to present its annual “Sounds of the Season” concerts at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, and 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, at Ingomar United Methodist Church; and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, at Fox Chapel Presbyterian Church.  Selections for the performances include traditional carols, timeless classics, popular favorites, and some surprises.
The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale will also co-host a free “Messiah Sing” with St. Brendan’s Episcopal Church in Franklin Park.  These popular events give all music lovers the opportunity to sing Handel’s masterpiece with professional orchestra and soloists.  Held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10th at St. Brendan’s, the “Messiah Sing” is open to anyone to sing or simply enjoy Handel’s sacred masterpiece.  Scores will be available for those who need them.

“The Pittsburgh Concert Chorale always enjoys preparing the ‘Sounds of the Season’ concerts.  Our audiences will enjoy the wide range of music we have in store for them, and we hope that they lose themselves in the wonder and glory of the season as they listen to the timeless music of the holidays.  We are also very excited to co-host our first ‘Messiah Sing.’  This will be a relaxed, informal afternoon where we share the joy of making music together as we explore Handel’s greatest achievement.  Great music with great friends.  What could be better?” Music Director Susan Medley said.

“Sounds of the Season” is the second stop of the PCC’s 2017-2018 Season, which started with the sixth annual “Pittsburgh Sings! Pittsburgh Concert Chorale’s Festival of Choirs” on October 15th. Following the holiday concerts, the Chorale’s classical concert, Bella Musica!, takes place on March 3 and 4. The season will wrap up with a pops concert, Hooray for Hollywood! , on May 5 and 6.   Individual concert tickets are available for purchase in advance or at the door. Prices are: Adults - $20 ($23 at the door); students - $8; and no admission cost for children 11 and under. All tickets, including group sales and subscriptions, may be ordered online at or by calling 412.635.7654.

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