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Glad Tidings: Carols Old and New

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Saint Margaret Pattens Church

Eastcheap

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EC3M 1HS

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Join the Esterhazy Singers for a concert of carols, ranging from familiar classics through to some brand new music

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Glad Tidings: Carols Old and New

Join the Esterhazy Singers for a concert of carols, ranging from familiar classics through to some brand new music, and including the chance for the audience to sing along with old favourites. Our first in-person performance in two years is also the first for new Music Director David Halstead, and features movements from Handel’s Messiah, Selections from Poulenc's Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël and other modern carol-settings by Herbert Howells, Kenneth Leighton, James Macmillan and Kerensa Briggs.

David looks forward to taking the Esterhazy Singers forward in this 50th Anniversary year, maintaining our focus on excellence as we continue to embrace tradition and expand horizons.

The Esterhazy Singers, directed by David Halstead and accompanied by James Norrey on organ, welcome you back to in-person performance for the festive season.

Doors open at 18:00 for an 18:30 performance. Tickets on a 'pay as you feel' basis. Mask wearing will be encouraged for all concert-goers.

Inspired by the Esterhazy family, well-known patrons to musicians and composers including Haydn, The Esterhazy Singers proudly provide young talented singers an opportunity to obtain experience with an established choir. By attending our concerts, you are helping us continue - and expand - the choral scholarship scheme.

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The Esterhazy Singers of London is one of the leading choral ensembles in the City of London. The group regularly performs in some of the most beautiful and historic churches across the capital.

The choir’s motto is to perform “inspirational choral music in the heart of London” and many have been inspired by its music making for well over 40 years.

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