A Choral Christmas

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With Simon Halsey

Sun 3 Dec 2017 7.00pm - 9.10pm
Barbican Hall, London

WILLCOCKS arr REYNOLDS Sussex Carol
JOHN RUTTER arr REYNOLDS Esta Noche
DUDLEY arr BECKINGHAM Veni Emmanuel
Audience carol: The First Nowell
JOANNA GILL arr REYNOLDS Look to the Stable
HAYES arr REYNOLDS Shepherd's Joy
RUTTER arr REYNOLDS Angel's Carol
THORNETT Guiding Star
Audience carol: Hark The Herald Angels Sing
ANDERSON arr FERNIE Sleigh Ride
ALTHOUSE arr REYNOLDS It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
TRAD arr L HALSEY The Twelve Days of Christmas
Audience carol: Good King Wenceslas
ADAM arr MCLEISH O Holy Night
M & H JOHNSON arr BECKINGHAM Unto us a Child is Born
TAVENER The Lamb
Audience carol: O Come all Ye Faithful
Audience carol: We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Simon Halsey conductor
Eva Gheorghiu soprano
LSO Brass Ensemble
London Symphony Chorus
LSO Community Choir
LSO Discovery Choirs
Howard Goodall 
presenter

Tickets: £30 £25 £20 £15 £12

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Part of the 2017/18 season

Sing along with the LSO’s choirs and Brass Ensemble in our annual Christmas spectacle, featuring audience carols and other festive favourites.

There are certain things that Christmas just wouldn’t be complete without. Mince pies, Santa hats, Christmas jumpers – and of course, it wouldn’t be Christmas without coming together with friends and family to sing your favourite carols.

Now in its fourth year, the LSO’s annual Christmas celebration is an essential part of the festive calendar. We assemble over 300 singers from across London, including the London Symphony Chorus, children from the LSO Discovery choirs, and adults from the LSO Community Choir, accompanied by the jubilant sounds of the LSO Brass Ensemble. There’s something special about joining in with the massed voices of 2,000 people in the Barbican Hall – the perfect way to get into the festive spirit.