Harry Christophers, conductor
The Sixteen returns for their Christmas concert at SJE Arts with a feast of carols and seasonal choral music.
The Sixteen takes inspiration from the heart of the Christmas story – the nativity – with a sublime weaving of mediaeval, Renaissance, traditional and modern music.
Abbess Hildegard von Bingen’s soaring melodies sit alongside the Renaissance voices of Lobo, Scheidt, Byrd and Sheppard, the programme enriched by the settings and arrangements of contemporary composers.
Hildegard von Bingen O virtus sapientiae
Duarte Lobo Hodie nobis caelorum Rex
Traditional See Amid the Winter’s Snow
John Joubert There is No Rose
Traditional (arr. Rontgen) Dutch carol – A Child is Born in Bethlehem
Hywel Davies A Boy is Born in Bethlehem
Mediaeval carol Saint Thomas Honour We
Duarte Lobo Verbum caro
Traditional (arr. Willcocks) Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day
Morten Lauridsden O magnum mysterium
Hildegard Von Bingen O quam magnum miraculum
Duarte Lobo O magnum mysterium
Mediaeval carol Letare, Cantuaria
Margaret Rizza O Sapientia
Bryan Kelly There is No Rose of Such Virtue
Samuel Scheidt Puer natus in Bethlehem
William Byrd This Day Christ was Born
Traditional It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
John Sheppard Verbum caro
Gareth Treseder Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day
There are a limited number of tickets for a pre-concert dinner at 6.30pm in the St Stephen’s House dining room, across the cloister from the church. £27 per person for two courses, wine or soft drink, and tea or coffee. Available to book with your concert ticket.
Full price – £14.00 to £49.00
Students, Under 25s and Carers – £4.00 to £39.00
The only concessions available will be those listed on the Buy Tickets page.
Date & times:
Saturday 09 December from 7.45pm to 9.45pm
Duration: 120 minutes with interval
Doors open: 7.15pm
Wheelchair spaces and accessible seating:
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