Three December concerts, featuring jazz, Handel's "Messiah" or medieval and modern carols combined with biblical readings, presented by the Northwestern University Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music, will celebrate the holiday season.Continue reading on Northwestern Now
Bienen School of Music to Ring in the Holidays with Three Concerts
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