Christmas Concert with Thomas Trotter at the Luxembourg Philharmonie

Friday, 15 December 2023 - 7:30pm
Luxembourg Philharmonie

**SOLD OUT**The choir perform a Christmas Concert at the Luxembourg Philharmonie with internationally acclaimed organist Thomas Trotter as part of their tour of Luxembourg and the Netherlands

Tickets will go on sale on 12th October at 10:00 CET.

Adolphe Adam O Holy Night
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck Hodie Christus natus est SwWV 163
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy When Jesus our Lord was born in Bethlehem (from Christus)
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Say, where is he born? (from Christus)
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy There shall a star from David come forth (from Christus)
Tasmin Jones Verbum caro factum est
Traditional arr. Philip Ledger Sussex Carol
Herbert Howells Master Tallis's Testament
Charles Hubert Hastings Parry: Fantasie et fugue en sol majeur (G-Dur)
Garth Edmundson Toccata Prelude No. 4 'Von Himmel Hoch'
Johann Sebastian Bach Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy arr. William Thomas Best Overture to the Oratorio 'St Paul' for organ
Jonathan Dove Magnificat 'St John's Service'
Herbert Howells Three Carol-Anthems
Becky McGlade In the Bleak Midwinter
John Gardner Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day


Luxembourg Philharmonie
1, Place de l'Europe

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  • Introit - Parsons: Ave Maria
  • Responses and Preces: Radcliffe
  • Psalm 25.1-8
  • Readings: Isaiah 40, 1-11, Luke 1, 57-66, 80
  • Jackson in G
  • MacMillan: Christus Vincit
  • Voluntary: Langlais, Acclamations (Suite Medievale)

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