ICS: The Sixteen
International Concert Series 2019/20
Sunday 15 December, 3.00pmBook now
|Conductor: Harry Christophers|
|William Walton – Make we joy now in this fest|| Mediaeval carols – There is no rose; Angelus
ad virginem; Make we joy
| Mediaeval carols – Nowell, nowell; Out of your
sleep; Sweet was the song; In Bethlem
| Praetorius/arr. Sandstrom – Lo, how a rose
| Traditional – The Saviour’s Work (The babe in
Bethlem’s manger laid)
|James Burton – Balulalow|
|Matthew Martin – Adam lay y-bounden||Cecilia McDowall – Of a Rose|
|Elizabeth Poston – Jesus Christ the apple tree||Anon – The Salutation carol|
|Peter Warlock – Corpus Christi carol||Benjamin Britten – A Ceremony of Carols|
|Gustav Holst – This have I done for my true love|
A sumptuous feast of traditional texts married to ancient and modern musical settings performed by one of the world’s finest choirs working in Britain today. Crowning this seasonal programme is Benjamin Britten’s inspirational carol anthology. It’s the perfect way to start your Christmas festivities.
PRE-CONCERT TALK: Jonathan James illustrates and discusses the programme.
2pm - 2.30pm | Lefel 1
One hour before each of our concerts we have a 30-minute insight into the music and the context to the performance. These popular events are accessible and informative and a great way to get more from your concert experience.
|Standard Price||£25.00 all seats|
|Children Under 16 (Tickets offered subject to availability)||FREE with every full price paying adult. Additional child's ticket - £5.00 each|
|Friends of St David's Hall | Claimants | Disabled people plus one companion||£19.00|
|Students (Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets.) & Under 26s||£5.00|
|Wheelchair user plus one companion (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444)||Stalls seats @ £19.00 each ticket|
NB. This concert is not part of the International Concert Series packages.
Plus an optional £1.50 postage fee.
For Hynt tickets, please contact Box Office on 02920 878444. Limited availability – please book early to avoid disappointment.