Taking bows on Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014 after the performance.
Thanks to Rollan Fell for photos.
Thanks to all of the musicians in the Orchestra of Southern Utah, the Chorale; directors Xun Sun and Adrianne Tawa; Heritage Center staff, ushers, technical team; OSU support team including stage manager Rick Pettit; and recording team led by Steven Swift.
Full program available for download and more information: http://www.orchestraofsouthernutah.org/concerts/74th-messiah
|Quilt display coordinated by Andrea Nelson, who also sang in the Chorale.|
|Harpsichord added for this year's production.|
|OSU Education Director Melissa Leavitt also directs|
the Southern Utah Children's Choir, Sunday lobby music.
|Kendra Leavitt played for the Children's Choir Sunday evening.|
|The audience enjoyed the lobby music.|
|OSU President Harold Shirley recognizes Dennis Loeffel |
for his service to the orchestra.
|Dr. Xun Sun prepares to lead the performance.|
|Brandon Grayson sang "Comfort Me" and "Every Valley"|
|Changing lighting added drama to the concert this year.|
|Sarah Stout was the soloist for "O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings"|
|The Chorale started rehearsing in Oct. for the annual performance.|
|Christian Bohnenstengel played the harpsichord part.|
|Leslie Perkins sang the angel recitatives.|
|Jen Hinton sang the alto part for "Eyes of the Blind Shall Be Opened"|
|Marlo Ihler sang the soprano part of the aria|
|Jacklyn Thompson sang "How Beautiful are the Feet"|
|Full Chorale and orchestra for "All We Like Sheep"|
|Brook Alldredge sang "Thou Art Gone Up on High"|
|Rimi Fletcher sang "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth"|
|Glen Reber sang "The Trumpet Shall Sound"|
|Laura Bird played the solo trumpet part.|
|Thanks to our flower team during the final bows.|
|The Interfaith Association provided homemade cookies after the Sunday performance.|
|OSU Manager Emily Hepworth in dual role as mom.|
|After the concert. Thanks to Rollan Fell for all of the photos to this point.|
|Three generations of OSU violinists: Colleen, Sage, and June|
(photos by Sara Penny from this point)
|Display included olive wood nativity from Israel thanks to Roice Nelson.|
|Part of the technical crew who made the production run smoothly.|
|Country Fiddle performed for the Monday night lobby music led by Heather Wilhelm.|
|June Thorley recognized on Monday evening (Photo by Jolene Heit.)|