The Russian Patriarchate Choir of Moscow evokes the authentic sound of ancient Russia. Their deep and sonorous singing evokes haunting images of the ancient Russia of a bygone age: gold-encrusted cathedral domes, rich sacred iconography, and the dark snowy nights of Russian folklore.
|16th Century anon.||Prophecy of Isaiah|
|17th Century anon.||Blessed be the man (Psalm 1)|
|16th century anon.||Psalm 141|
|17th century anon.||Hymn to the Mother of God|
|Popov-Platonov||Thou art joy|
|Chesnokov||Pray to the Mother of God|
|Gontcharov||We Prostrate Ourselves|
|Grechaninov||The Insistent Litany (solo by Deacon Oleg Kovalev)|
Ukranian Christmas Songs and Old Russian Folk Songs
£12.50, £16.50, £21.50 and £25 plus transaction fee*
10% Early Bird Discount
Book before Saturday 27 July to receive a discount of 10% off tickets priced at £25, and £21.50 plus transaction fee*
Visit or call the Box office 0121 345 0490 and quote ‘RP10’ or book online and enter the code ‘RP10’ when prompted.
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- 32 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA, West Midlands, United Kingdom
From the spectacular vocals of the Choir of Kings College, Cambridge, to the outstanding musicianship of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and CBSO, these uplifting concerts are ideal for those whose festive dreams are of open fires, mulled wine and mince pies.