|20th Dec 2022 to 21st Dec 2022|
1 Greyfriars, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 2QQ
|£17.50 / conc. £8.75|
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BAX - Mater ora filium
CLYNE - The Heart of Night (SCO Commission)
PÄRT - Da pacem Domine
POSTON - Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
RUTTER - Hymn to the Creator of Light
Gregory Batsleer Chorus Director
A much-loved fixture on the Scottish musical calendar, the SCO Chorus’ seasonal concert ushers in Yuletide with a warming collection of music under the inspirational direction of Gregory Batsleer.
The freely flowing lyricism of Bax’s rich and reverential contrasts with the deeply Mater ora filium spiritual purity of Pärt’s serene Da pacem Domine and Anna Clyne’s contemplative The Heart of Night, written specially for the SCO Chorus.
The programme also includes Poston’s timeless Jesus Christ the Apple Tree and Rutter’s dazzling choral epic Hymn to the Creator of Light.
Please note, this concert is not part of the Subscription ticket offer, but can be added on to your booking.
Please note there will be no interval in this concert.
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