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Christmas with the King’s Singers

Tuesday 30 November 2021

7:30 PM

Programme

The King’s Singers start off the Christmas season with this programme of carols from around Europe, as the worldwide launch of their latest Christmas album.

Plainchant – Hodie Christus natus est
Trad. arr. Willcocks – Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Trad. arr. Goff Richards – La filadora
Hartmann, arr. Bo Holten – Julebudet til dem, der bygge
Nordqvist – Jul, Jul, strålande Jul
Trad. arr. Brian Kay – Gaudete!
June Collin – The quiet heart
Trad. arr. Edgar Pettman – The Angel Gabriel
James Burton – Balulalow
Trad. arr. Charles Wood – Ding! Dong! merrily on high
Urmas Sisask – Heliseb väljadel
Alma Androzzo arr. Stacey Gibbs – If I can help somebody
Quirino Mendoza y Cortés, arr. Jorge Cozátl – Cielito lindo
Mel Tormé, arr. Peter Knight – The Christmas Song
Anonymous Song of the Nuns of Chester
Trad. arr. Henry Hawkesworth – Quelle est cette odeur agréable?
Trad. arr. Christopher Bruerton – Wither’s Rocking Hymn
Trad. arr. Guy Turner – Dormi, dormi
Trad. arr. Geoffrey Keating – God rest ye merry, gentlemen

The programme will close with a selection of brand-new surprises and festive favourites in their signature close-harmony style, to send you off into the holiday season.

Performers

The King’s Singers
Patrick Dunachie
Countertenor
Edward Button Countertenor
Julian Gregory Tenor
Christopher Bruerton Baritone
Nick Ashby Baritone
Jonathan Howard Bass

The King’s Singers have represented the gold standard in a cappella singing on the world’s greatest stages for over fifty years. They are renowned for their connection and engagement with their audiences, their unrivalled technique, versatility and skill in performance, and for their consummate musicianship, drawing both on the group’s rich heritage and pioneering spirit to create an extraordinary wealth of original works and unique collaborations.

Dates, Times & Book

Tue 30 Nov 7:30 PM £40/£35/£25/£16/£10 Book

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