Notes from Geoffrey Whittington, choir member, relating to the pieces we’re performing on 28 October 2023: W.A. Mozart (1756-1791): Requiem Mozart’s Requiem is undoubtedly one of his best-loved and most often performed choral works. It has a power and poignancy...
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Notes from Geoffrey Whittington, choir member, relating to the pieces we’re performing on 8 July 2023: Benjamin Britten (1913-1976): Five Flower Songs, Op. 47 (1950) Britten was the leading English twentieth-century composer and vocal music was always close to...
Wine, soft drinks and mince pies will be available. There is free car parking adjacent to the church.
Conductor – Peter Gambie. Organist – Brian Moles.
Star Carol – John Rutter
Sans Day Carol – John Rutter
Glory to the Christ Child – Alan Bullard
Song of the Bells – Trad. Ukraine
Hark! The herald angels sing
Wexford Carol – arr. Yo-Yo-Ma, Peter Gambie
Child in a manger – John Rutter
Silent night – Franz Gruber
While shepherds watched – arr. Willcocks
Jingle Bells – arr. Allwood
A maiden most gentle – Andrew Carter
Shepherd’s pipe carol – John Rutter
Hodie Christus natus est – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Twelve days of Christmas – John Rutter
Away in a manger – arr. Willcocks
Dancing Day – John Gardner
Wassail Song – arr. Vaughan Williams
O come all ye faithful – arr. Willcocks
We wish you a Merry Christmas – Arthur Warrell
Hallelujah Chorus – George Frideric Handel
Join The Renaissance Choir for an afternoon celebration of seasonal carols, both old and new, choral treasures and cheerful songs. A heart-warming, family-friendly start to your Christmas. Conducted by Peter
Join The Renaissance Choir for an afternoon celebration of seasonal carols, both old and new, choral treasures and cheerful songs. A heart-warming, family-friendly start to your Christmas. Conducted by Peter Gambie.
Tickets £10 onlineor on the door. Under 25s £2, kids get in free.