COLORADO SYMPHONY PETITE MUSIQUE: “PETER RABBIT”
Sunday Apr 2, 2023 4:00 pm
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.
James Lord Pierpont, arr. Gordon Langford – Jingle Bells
Michael Praetorius – Christus, der uns selig macht
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina – Alma redemptoris Mater
Michael Praetorius – Ein Kind geboren zu Bethlehem
Trad., arr. Philip Lawson – Noël Nouvelet
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, arr. Jeremy Lubbock – The crown of roses
Trad., arr. Alexander L’Estrange – Still, still, still
Bob Chilcott – The Shepherd’s Carol
Herbert Howells – A spotless rose
John Rutter – There is a flower
Irving Berlin, arr. Robert Rice – White Christmas
Mel Tormé, arr. Peter Knight – The Christmas Song
Trad., arr. Geoffrey Keating – God rest you merry, gentlemen
Franz Gruber, arr. John Rutter – Stille Nacht
Trad., arr. Gordon Langford – Deck the halls
Learn more about this group at: www.kingssingers.com
TICKETS: $9.90 | Stream Event Only | Available 22 December, 11:00am MST through 31 December 2020.
This is a virtual only event. Tickets for The King’s Singers are not sold through the VPAC box office. A portion of the proceeds will go to the VPAC. VPAC gift certificates may not be used on The King’s Singers.