Baritone Sidney Outlaw makes his début with The National Symphony Orchestra this week in Handel’s Messiah at The Kennedy Center with conductor Sir Andrew Davis and The Washington Chorus.
by Patrick D. McCoy
In celebration of baritone Sidney Outlaw’s upcoming “Messiah” performances at The Kennedy Center, revisit my conversation with him as a part of the I, TOO SING AMERICA SERIES.
The National Symphony Orchestra performs “Messiah” Thursday, December 19 through Sunday, December 22 at The Kennedy Center with conductor Sir Andrew Davis and The Washington Chorus.
Sir Andrew Davis, conductor
Andriana Chuchman, soprano
Daniela Mack, mezzo-soprano
Alek Shrader, tenor
Sidney Outlaw, baritone
The Washington Chorus; Christopher Bell, Artistic Director
Handel: Messiah (arr. Davis)