Last years concert was packed! Get your tickets early! Music Director Jane Murray tries to include something for everyone in the programme, and this time will be no exception.
Our guest instrumentalist will be Laura Smith on Clarinet. Guest Conductor is Tobias Patrick Wolf.
Join Aberdeen Bach Choir for their first ever performance of Georg Friedrich Händel’s Israel in Egypt. It is now favourite worldwide, not least because of the intense and almost operatic drama Handel brings to the music, both for the double chorus and for the SATB soloists.
Herzliche Einladung zum Laternenumzug der Christuskirchengemeinde zum St. Martins-Tag. Der Treffpunkt wieder am Spielplatz im Hyde-Park. Dort werden wir gemeinsam singen und anschließend zum Montpelier Place vor der Christuskirche ziehen. Blechbläser-Quartet in der Christuskirche.
Join the University of Aberdeen Choral Society in St Machar’s Cathedral for its first concert of the year, drawing on the French repertoire including Poulenc’s magnificent Gloria.
For one night only the Beach Ballroom comes alive to the sound of an amateur choir competition, Hosted by Fiona Kennedy. Guest Judges include Paul Mealor and Dr Roger Williams, a truly amazing evening not to be missed with all proceeds benefiting the local vulnerable people supported by VSA.
This will be a concert to celebrate the centuries-old tradition of Venice’s annual carnival and ceremonial Marriage to the Sea. The concert will feature sacred, secular and instrumental music by Monteverdi, Gabrieli, Rovetta, and contemporaries, as the choir presents a musical reconstruction of this event as it might have sounded in the 1630s.
In their final concert of the year, the orchestra is joined by two winners of the Chris Cadwur James Concerto Competition, Kirsten Beveridge and William Gray. This programme celebrates music by Brahms and Chopin, and also the master of the silver screen John Williams.
The Marischal Chamber Orchestra and University Choral Society join forces to give the world premiere of a collaborative work based on Schiller's jubilant text 'Ode to joy' before going on to perform Beethoven's monumental 9th Symphony op. 125 in D minor.