Number 1 chart-topping Soprano and Star of The Voice UK 2021, Nadia Eide, presents A Christmas Symphony – a spectacular Christmas concert show featuring well-loved Christmas songs for the whole family at St Andrew’s Church, Oxford.
Special guests will feature the wonderful talents of the children’s choirs and soloists from Stagecoaches in Abingdon, Didcot, Botley, Headington, Woodstock, Summertown and Witney.
Including classic songs like O Holy Night, Walking In The Air, Pie Jesu, Do You Hear What I Hear, Silent Night, My Grown Up Christmas List, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, My Favourite Things, Winter Hymnal and other seasonal favourites sure to bring that warm, Christmas feeling to hearts of all ages.
Touring the stunning St Andrew’s Church in Oxford, The Beacon in Wantage, Dorchester Abbey and St Mary’s Church in Witney, this concert is proudly supporting the work of Earth Trust in Oxfordshire and the National Trust, helping to inspire people to address climate, biodiversity and sustainability.
Nadia is supporting the National Trust’s Woodland Appeal by planting one tree per ticket sold.
Nadia is not only a chart-topping classical soprano with two number-one albums in the charts, but she is also a proud Ambassador for the Earth Trust in Oxfordshire, championing their work to enhance, educate and inspire people to live sustainably.
She is also a champion for Music For Dementia and Creative Dementia in the UK. She was a finalist on The Voice UK 2021, breaking the mould of classical crossover music, and worked with mentors will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Anne-Marie and Olly Murs.
Do you want to help protect the places you love?
By adding a ticket donation to the Earth Trust, you can be sure that your money will safeguard Earth Trust’s vital projects, such as providing transformational outdoor educational opportunities for children and young people with special educational needs. And what’s more, you’ll ensure that Earth Trust can continue to demonstrate new ways to reduce our footprint on the earth.
Standard tickets – £15.00
Concession tickets – £10.00
Tickets are subject to a booking fee.
There will be a 20-minute interval with refreshments available for purchase (no refreshments for sale at St Andrew’s Church)
Toilet facilities are available
There is disabled access to all venues
Advance booking required