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UCLA Philharmonia and Chorale Present Handel’s “Judas Maccabaeus” to Packed House

December 11th, 2015 · No Comments

On Sunday, December 6th, the UCLA Philharmonia orchestra and the UCLA Chorale gave a performance of a seldom performed work — G.F. Handel’s Judaas Maccabaeus. It was performed at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple with an almost full house. Here are some photos from the concert.

Enthralled audience

Photo from the back of the hall

Conductor Neal Stulberg in action

Concert program

The six soloists with Professor Michael Dean and Professor Neal Stulberg to the right.

Closeup of chorale singers

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