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86 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 Orchestra to perform 'Messiah' and 'New Year's in Vienna', For the first time ever, the Delaware Symphony Orchestra brings highlights from Handel's "MessJah" to the Grand Opera House in Wilmington. The DSO joins Chorale Delaware and the Chorale Delaware High School Festival Chorus, directed by William Owen, at 7:30 p.m., Sat- urday, Dec. 7. The "Messiah" will open with a candlelight choral se- lection, with candles provided for each audience member. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Market Street Mall in front of The Grand, with caroling, coffee and donuts; all ticket holders are en- couraged to attend. Tickets are $29, $39 and $49. New Year's Eve in Vienna, the DSO's traditional holiday cele- bration, is conducted this year by Kevin Rhodes and is highlighted by music from the Strauss family and other Viennese composers. "Vienna" begins at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 31. Tickets are $50, $60 and $75, and includes champagne, party favors, and the DSO's spe- cial concierge service. For more information on both events, call the DSO at 302-656- 7442. Order tickets online at or through the box office at 800-37-GRAND. The "Messiah" is one of the most famous and best-loved holi- day concerts of all time. It in- cludes the famous standing "Hal- lelujah" chorus in the finale of part two. In London, 1743, a year after the very first performance of the "Messiah," King George II was reportedly so moved by the inspi- ration of the piece, he stood up. Naturally, when the king stands, everyone else is compelled to rise Selbyville Christmas parade set for Dec. 6 The Selbyville Christmas Parade will be held at 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 6. Anyone who would like to register their organization should call Willia Peoples at 436-5526 or 436-8241, Ext. 351. Annual toy and train show is Nov. 16 in Hartly The Hartly Volunteer Fire Company will host its Model Train and Toy Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 16 at the fire hall. The show will feature more than 130 tables of trains and toys with an operating layout. The ladies auxiliary of the fire company will serve breakfast and lunch. The cost is $3, $2 for spouse, and kids 12 and under free when ac- companied by a parent. For more information, call 302-492-3755. The Delaware Symphony Orchestra has set upcoming performances of "Messiah" and "New Year's Eve in Vienna" at the Grand Opera House. and this established a custom that exists to this day. Chorale Delaware principal soloists will include Edward Albert, bass; Pa- tricia Hoy Conrad, soprano, Lori Gratis, alto; and Kyle Bradford, tenor. Chorale Delaware, now in its 17th year, is an ensemble of pro- fessional singers under the direc- tion of its founder,.William Owen. Tie Chorale presents a three-con- cert subscription series of major choral works with orchestra. The New Year's Eve in Vienna program features guest soloists Maria Ferrante, soprano, and tenor Eric Ashcraft. Conductor Kevin Brooks is re- suming his career in the United States after 10 years in Europe. Show Continued from page 85 ing the Delaware shore. Children from all three of Delaware's counties and school districts who are culturally and economically disadvantaged, the talented and gifted, as well as those in classes in which those with special needs have been integrated are repre- sented in those who participate in the Children's Beach House pro- grams. Admission is $25 in advance, and $30 at the door. Tickets are available at the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and at Trader's Jewelry Store on Second Street in Lewes, or at the Children's Beach House. This event is underwritten in part by Discover Bank and Wai- mart. For additional information or to purchase tickets, call 645-9184. THIRD EDITION The Saloon, Seafood & Steak House Serving Great Food & Memories since the 1900's Bar will be Open for all Redskins Games! MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL games FREE Wings during halftime MONDAY Blue Plate Specials $9.95 includes salad *while supplies last FRIDAY & SATURDAY L Style Prime Rib* stay for the Best Dance Partyat-the beach w/DI Vic THURSDAY :il LOBER NIGHT ' Whole Maine: Lobster w/Potato, Veg & Sahdq9 SUNDAY = :lfice sandwiches & burgers al the bar Newlate niglrtmenu ..... untilmidnight :59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth Beach o 227'6121