Carols by Candlelight — Mozart Festival Orchestra (Dec 2018)

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Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, Barbican, London
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0207 638 8891

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
23rd December 2018
2.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£164.50 to £42.50
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Enjoy some carols by candlelight at Barbican Hall. The Mozart Festival Orchestra and Chorus will be performing a selection of seasonal songs and Christmas classics in full 18th-century costume, in a beautiful candle-lit style setting.

Music will include: Cullen's Joy to the World, Pearsall's In dulci jubilo, Willcocks' I saw three ships and Handel's Zadok the Priest, Let the Bright Seraphim and Christmas Sequence from Messiah. The singalong carols for all will include: Good King Wenceslas, Once in Royal David's City, While Shepherd's Watched their flocks by night, O come all ye faithful and Hark! The herald angels sing.

Performers:

The Mozart Festival Orchestra specialise in playing classics from the baroque era. They frequently perform in full 18th-century costume, bringing an evocative and elegant atmosphere to their concerts.

 

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