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Opportunity for Singers and Instrumentalists

Due to COVID-19, we are arranging reserved seating to comply with social distancing. Please complete the following form to request a seat. You may note the number of family members that may be seated together. A confirmation will be sent to you via email or text. Unoccupied seats will be given to the general public 10 minutes before the concert begins. If for some reason you cannot attend and you have made a reservation, please let us know via email at messiahpro@sbcglobal.net to release your seat.
The concert is free, but your financial support is appreciated.
The Theme: JOY was chosen as the theme for this concert after our voices have been silenced for more than a year by the pandemic. As we pray for healing in our nation and throughout the world, we remember from Proverbs 17:22 that a joyful heart is good medicine, and from Nehemiah 8:10, “The joy of the Lord is your strength.”
The Music: Good music celebrated with voices, instruments, and dance brings a unique joy, and when the object of the music is God, we experience His joy and strength! We pray that you, too, will know His joy as you let the music resonate in your soul.
The Directors: Nathan Cornelius, choral director and conductor for the concert, has been in Springfield for 20 years serving the Springfield Public Schools with choral direction, primarily at Kickapoo High School. Serving as concertmaster, Dr. Larry Dissmore, principal violin II with the Springfield Symphony, is director of orchestral activities at Evangel University.

Why the

We believe that the word of God is the foundation to our faith. Art is simply a way to communicate beyond the intellect to the soul of man. For some, art is the means by which God communicates His grace and truth.

Through their vision, leadership, hard work, and dedication, the Messiah Project has become an instrument for sharing God’s wonderful love through the arts with people around the world.

Lindsey and Jane Robison

Through their leadership, foresight, hard work and dedication the Messiah project and all of it's many facets has become the instrument through which God's wonderful love for all His people has become manifest in the lives of people around the world.

Since 1992

A Christian Fine Arts Organization In Springfield, Missouri

The Messiah Project Inc. is a not-for-profit fine arts organization headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, whose visual, dramatic, and musical productions celebrate the Jewish and Christian heritage at the core of our nation’s artistic culture.

While The Messiah Project Inc. draws its talent from across the United States, Europe, and Asia, our core team hales from the Ozarks, whose artistic and spiritual soil proves especially rich.