Nov 29 & Nov 30 2019

John Rutters
A Christmas Festival

May 11, 2019

Carmina Burana

This ambitious cantata was first performed in 1937 and is a series of songs based on poems found in a manuscript dated 1280, discovered in the Beuren monastery. Don’t let this fool you, though! These songs are neither old nor dusty, depicting the pleasures of life and love in the powerful modern classic-perfect for a spring Saturday evening!, There’s nothing sacred about Orff’s outrageous choral showstopper; just fantastic melodies, and unstoppable energy.

November 30 2018 @ 7:30PM & December 1, 2018 @ 2:00PM

The Messiah

It has been 276 years since George Frideric Handel’s beloved Messiah oratorio first premiered in Dublin, Ireland. Although Messiah premiered during Easter celebrations in 1742, through the years it has become both a Christmas and an Easter tradition for Christians everywhere in the world.

May 5 2018 @ 730PM

Last Night at the
PROMS

The orchestra always play Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March no 1 which has the tune Land of Hope and Glory.

December 2, 2017 @ 7:30PM

Noël

The Gloria in D is one of the most popular Choral works ever written. The difference in the movements are some are in major moods which are very happy and some are in minor keys which are still very beautiful. We will also do a small Cantata by Dietrich Buxtehude called The Infant Jesus. Go Tell It On The Mountain has a strong Gospel Rock Treatment as well as a variation of Jingle Bells that I don’t think anyone has ever heard including a waltz tempo”.