Galloway, N.J. – Nearly 200 singers from throughout the region will raise their voices in
Stockton University’s production of “The Messiah” at the Event Center at the Borgata
Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m.
Tickets are now available for the joyous holiday presentation of George Frederic
Handel’s Christmas portion of the masterpiece, which is performed every other year
under the director of Beverly Vaughn, professor of Music and director of the Stockton
Choral program, which includes the Stockton Oratorio Society and other vocal groups at
The performance includes Stockton students, community members and several local
choirs, groups and singers from throughout the Greater Delaware Valley.
“This is going to be the biggest and best Messiah yet!” Vaughn said. “The audience is
going to be so moved!”
This 16 th biennial performance is dedicated to Harvey and Lynne Kesselman. Kesselman
is retiring as president in June 2023.
“Dr. Kesselman has been a strong supporter of the Performing Arts program throughout
his entire tenure at Stockton. His continued support has been inspirational to the
program,” Vaughn said.
Tickets are $14 General Admission; $12 for Seniors and those under 18; and $8 for
For tickets visit Borgata’s Box Office or call 609-317-1000, or purchase through
Stockton’s Performing Arts Center in Galloway in person or call 609-652-4505.
The Borgata Event Center is located at 1 Borgata Way, Atlantic City, NJ, 08401.
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Director of Strategic Communications
Galloway, N.J. 08205
Associate Director of News and Media Relations
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Pinelands National Reserve in South Jersey and at our coastal residential campus just steps from
the beach and Boardwalk in Atlantic City. The university offers more than 160 undergraduate and
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