The best way to spread Christmas cheer? Sing “Hallelujah!” for all to hear.

Christmas wouldn’t be complete without witnessing or taking part in a performance of Handel’s Messiah. On Sunday, December 9th at 4:00 p.m. at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church, get in the holiday spirit and participate in the 2nd Annual Messiah Sing-Along.

You might recognize Messiah by its most popular piece, the “Hallelujah Chorus.” It’s a Christmas tradition and musical masterpiece, and anyone is welcome to sing along.

“This marks our third year bringing this masterpiece to our community, making it one of the few sing-along events of this size that takes place in Northwest Wyoming” said Choir Director Ron Fabry. “This year we are proud to partner with 21 professional orchestral musicians who will help create a memorable experience. During this holiday season, it provides a wonderful shared experience, whether one comes to participate as an individual or as part of a group or family. Come as an observer, or sing-along – participating is just plain fun, however one chooses!”

This FREE event is brought to the community by Jackson Hole Chorale, Teton County’s COMMUNITY CHOIR, and the Jackson Hole Symphony Orchestra.

Supported in part by grants from the Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts, Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board, the Center of Wonder Arts for All and the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. For more information visit

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