Global Concert Hall
The King’s Singers: Christmas with The King's Singers
About this event
The King’s Singers are thrilled to present “Christmas with The King’s Singers” to celebrate the holiday season.
Throughout 2020, The King’s Singers’ Finding Harmony programme, its album and charitable mission have all focussed on the power music has to unite people. This message could not be more evident than at Christmastime. For centuries people of all different races, ages, faiths and nationalities have celebrated during the holiday season with their own songs that give thanks for the last year and their time together. At the end of one of the most difficult years imaginable, this programme brings warmth and comfort, through a selection of Christmas music which takes in some of the world's best-loved songs alongside lesser known carols. It's music that is sure to stay with you as you celebrate the season with those you love.
The group is delighted to return to John Rutter’s church, All Saints, Chrishall, for this concert, where they filmed their first performance for IDAGIO’s Global Concert Hall back in July.
The King's Singers's series: purchase tickets for the first three concerts of the King's Singers's series in the Global Concert Hall and we will automatically give you FREE access for Christmas with the King's Singers on 22 December, as a thank-you from The King's Singers and IDAGIO.
Your ticket purchase will directly support the participating artists through IDAGIO’s Fair Artist Payout Model: IDAGIO pays 80% of the net revenue directly tof the performers.
Jingle Bells - James Lord Pierpont (arr. Langford)
Christus, der uns selig macht - Michael Praetorius
Alma redemptoris Mater - Giovanni P. da Palestrina
Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem - Michael Praetorius
Noël Nouvelet - Traditional French (arr. Lawson)
The Crown of Roses - Tchaikovsky (arr. Lubbock)
Still, still, still - Traditional Austrian (arr. L'Estrange)
The Shepherd's Carol - Bob Chilcott
A spotless rose - Herbert Howells
There is a flower - John Rutter
White Christmas - Irving Berlin (arr. Rice)
The Christmas Song - Mel Tormé (arr. Knight)
God rest you merry - Traditional English (arr. Keating)
Stille Nacht - Franz Gruber (arr. Rutter)
Deck the hall - Traditional English (arr. Langford)
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