7:30 PM19:30

London Choral Sinfonia: Britten St Nicolas

Part of St John's Smith Square 32nd Christmas Festival

The London Choral Sinfonia
Gallery Choir of Westminster Cathedral Choir School
Francesca Chiejina soprano
Nick Pritchard tenor
Michael Waldron conductor

Fletcher arr. Owain Park Ring out wild bells
Donald Fraser This Christmastide
Carol Canning Lullay my liking
Trad arr. West Silent Night
Trad arr. Grafton I wonder as I wander
Ireland The Holy Boy
Trad. arr. Pappenheim O Holy Night
Britten Saint Nicolas

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7:30 PM19:30

The Bishop's Consort: Monteverdi Vespro delle Beata Vergine

Soprano soloist (Sextus)
The Bishop's Consort and David Stancliffe


'In between the psalms came some extremely enjoyable solo singing: Sopranos Laura Baldwin and Miranda Ostler brought the intimacy of madrigal singing to Pulchra Es, particularly in the flowing lines towards the end.' – Jane Shuttleworth, Music in Durham (Full review here.)

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7:30 PM19:30

London Choral Sinfonia: Bach and Handel – Baroque Masterpieces

Join the LCS for this Baroque extravaganza, exploring two of the towering composers from this peroid. The first half of the programme showcases three of Bach's astonishingly profound motets, contrasting with Handel's dazzling and exuberant Dixit Dominus in the second.

Bach Lobet den Herrn, Komm Jesu Komm, Singet dem Herrn
Handel Dixit Dominus
Bach Cello Suites

Michael Waldron, conductor | Guy Johnston, cello | London Choral Sinfonia

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7:00 PM19:00

Our Own Orpheus

Uniting his works with the Italian masters that inspired him, MVSICA ANTICA perform Henry Purcell's haunting sacred scena In Guilty Night alongside Luigi Rossi's little-known cantata Disperar di se Stesso, before culminating in a semi-staged performance of some of the songs that earned him the title 'Orpheus Britannicus'.

Miranda Ostler and Jessica Eucker soprano
Andrew Woodmansey tenor
Christopher Jeanes bass
Suzie Capps cello
Oliver Doyle harpsichord 

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