The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra led by conductor David Thye perform Handel’s Messiah with the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale in December 2015. This year’s Messiah concert was canceled due to the ongoing musicians’ strike. (Special to the Star-Telegram/Rachel Parker)
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra led by conductor David Thye perform Handel’s Messiah with the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale in December 2015. This year’s Messiah concert was canceled due to the ongoing musicians’ strike. (Special to the Star-Telegram/Rachel Parker) Rachel Parker Special/Rachel Parker
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra led by conductor David Thye perform Handel’s Messiah with the Southwestern Seminary Master Chorale in December 2015. This year’s Messiah concert was canceled due to the ongoing musicians’ strike. (Special to the Star-Telegram/Rachel Parker) Rachel Parker Special/Rachel Parker

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