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Too Hot To Handel | Dress Rehearsal | December 19, 2013

TooHot-2013-300wThe “Too Hot To Handel” Dress Rehearsal is great for groups of all sizes. 

Make it a group date with your students.

NOW TAKING GROUP RESERVATIONS for 10+ 

$10 - Students (grades 12 and under)
$20 - College Students
$25 - Adult Admission

ADULT GROUP ORDER FORM | STUDENT GROUP ORDER FORM


TOO HOT TO HANDEL is presented by

Rackham Symphony Choir
Detroit Opera House
Suzanne Mallare Acton, Conductor

featuring…

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Rodrick Dixon | Alfreda Burke | Karen Marie Richardson

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Alvin Waddles | Marion Hayden | Dave Taylor.

and the Too Hot Orchestra

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ENTER OUR MASTER CLASS CONTEST 

One group of students (up to 200 students in grades 6-12) will observe a 50 min. Master Class with Too Hot To Handel guest artists immediately following the performance.

STUDENT GROUP ORDER FORM

TOO HOT TO HANDEL STUDY GUIDE

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HEAR WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY

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READ WHAT THE TEACHERS SAY

“I think Too Hot To Handel will be an annual event for the group!”

“How fun, wonderful job. It was truly a moving experience for myself and my students.”

“We came to the dress rehearsal today of Too Hot To Handel, and let me say BRAVO.  How fun! Wonderful job – it was truly a moving experience for myself and my students.  We enjoyed it so much.”

“The vast majority of my students have never been to the Detroit Opera House (some have never been downtown…) The ornateness of the architecture and interior design of the DOH left my chattering students speechless - THEY chose to walk slowly to “take it all in!” That in itself was quite some experience.  But, at the onset of the program –  when Roderick Dixon began to sing – as well as the chorus, the soloists, the piano playing et al – well, my students were totally captivated.  What a joy to witness such joy!”

“I think, however, to best describe the effect this performance had on my students, I must share with you what the young lady behind me said.  At intermission, she tapped me on my shoulder and stated,”  “This is my first time here.  This is my first time at a concert. I have been crying!  It is so beautiful.”  I was stunned and indeed, her eyes were filled with tears.  (This young lady is in the 6th grade – 11 years old).”

Ticket prices are advance purchase only: Tickets at the Door $35 adults, $25 college students, $15 high school and under