Music for a Winter's Eve: Kindle a Light - Choral music for Advent and Christmas (with mince pies and mulled wine)

Dec 6, 2018 at 20:00 — 21:00 (GMT)
Organiser: MusicFor

The third concert in MusicFor's second series, Music for a Winter's Eve. Come, grab a glass of mulled wine, a mince pie or several, and spend an hour listening to some fantastic choral music and carols, sung by eight world-class singers. The music ranges from evocatve sacred choral settings through the centuries to close-harmony Christmas favourites. The singers are directed by Daniel Collins, a member of the internationally-renowned ensemble The Sixteen.


MusicFor is a new concert series aimed at giving young musicians performance opportunities. It is currently based at Holy Trinity, Stroud Green, and the first series "Music for an Autumn Evening"  consists of four concerts, each involving exceptionally talented young musicians. Each of our performers is a recent graduate, or still at, music college or university, and are on the verge of breaking into the country's top orchestras, choir and chamber ensembles. The Artistic Director is Daniel Collins, a member of the internationally renowned choir The Sixteen. Please see for more details.



Michael FLEMING - Kindle a Light

Anon. - Adam and his helpmate

John RUTTER- There is a flower


William BYRD - Vigilate

Jonathan DARBOURNE - Ave Maris Stella

Trad. - Somerset Carol

Herbert HOWELLS - A Spotless Rose


Juan Gutierrez di PADILLA- Gloria

Harold DARKE - In the Bleak Midwinter

Jan Pieterszoon SWEELINCK - Hodie Christus Natus Est 


arr. SIDWELL  - Away in a Manger

Francis POULENC - O Magnum Mysterium

Peter WARLOCK - Bethlehem Down

Peter WARLOCK - Benedicamus Domino


A selection of traditional carols and close-harmony arrangement

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