Glasgow School of Art Choir, Royal Concert Hall

Three Kings Came From the East Gordon F. Huntly
Three Kings Came From the East Gordon F. Huntly

Three Kings Came From the East Gordon F. Huntly

Celebrate Christmas with the Glasgow School of Art Choir

9 December, 2017 – 7.30.m.

New Auditorium, Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall St, G2 3NY

This year, the Glasgow School of Art Choir will be kicking off the celebrations by performing their ever-popular, festive concert in one of Glasgow’s newest and finest choral venues: the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall New Auditorium. A stunning addition to the city’s performance spaces.

This concert encompasses works from the entire range of musical responses to the theme of Christmas through history: from triumphant, traditional favourites to show-stopping medleys containing well-loved standards from the golden age of Christmas songs. The evening will also contain some sacred works – illustrating how composers have dealt with the religious significance of Christmas – focussing not on Jesus himself, but on the other central character of the nativity: the Virgin Mary.

The choir’s first concert in this beautiful venue –  start your Christmas celebrations with the Glasgow School of Art Choir


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The Glasgow School of Art Choir

Jamie Sansbury – Conductor


Mäntyjärvi : Come away, Death

Mancini : Moon River

Tavener : Hymn to the Mother of God

Mealor : I Pray

Rachmaninoff : Bogoroditse Devo, op. 37

Darke : In the Bleak Midwinter

Whitacre : Lux Arumque




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