Plainsong Salve Regina
Eric Whitacre Lux aurumque
Traditional Joys Seven
Jeremy Dibble Dormi Jesu
Kim Porter New commission
Ireland New Prince, New Pomp
Ribera Vox in Rama
Traditional This endris night
Alec Roth Lullaby Carol
Reena Esmail The Unexpected Early Hour – Lauds (from A Winter Breviary)
Margaret Rizza As Joseph was a-walking
Parsons Ave Maria
Traditional Wexford Carol
Kirbye Vox in Rama
Rubbra Dormi Jesu
Traditional God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
Rose Our Blessed Lady’s Lullaby
Victoria Salve Regina a8
Harry Christophers director
‘This day the angels sing on earth’: it isn’t Christmas at Cadogan Hall without Harry Christophers and The Sixteen’s extraordinary, atmospheric seasonal celebration.
Christmas is a time for families and old friends – for well-loved tunes and good cheer. But it’s also a time of mystery and wonder: of silent nights, and sounds that echo across centuries. No-one understands that better than Harry Christophers and his world-famous chamber choir The Sixteen, and their annual Christmas celebration is one of the most popular events in the Cadogan Hall calendar.
We’re delighted to welcome them back this Yuletide for two nights of beauty, wonder and seasonal joy – a true celebration for all ages. But from medieval carols to visionary modern masterpieces, it all takes its inspiration from the story at the heart of the season: a baby in a stable, surrounded by simply heavenly singing.
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Future events in this series
Choral at Cadogan 2024
The Tallis Scholars explore the music of Byrd and Rachmaninov – as well as Tallis’ mighty Spem in alium. The BBC Singers and VOCES8 perform music that spans centuries, and The Sixteen return with their joyous annual Christmas celebration – as well as a sparkling concert performance of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen. Series and group discounts available.Read more about this series