Candlelit Concert

31 December 2018, 6.00pm

A festive end of year celebration in the candlelit atmosphere in St Giles’ Cathedral.

This year’s concert captures the splendour of the courts of Versailles with Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Te Deum, famous for its iconic opening fanfare. The Baroque theme continues with J.S. Bach’s cantata for the last Sunday of the year, Gottlob! Nun geht das jahr zu Ende BWV 28, and the concert concludes with festive exuberance in Bach’s Magnificat.

St Giles’ Cathedral Choir, directed by Michael Harris, with the St Giles’ Camerata, and leader Angus Ramsay, are joined by a stunning array of talented young soloists.

Please note: This event is not suitable for babies or young children.

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Important Information

  • This event is not suitable for babies or young children.
  • Doors open at 5.00pm.
  • Please note there is no interval.

A festive end of year celebration in the candlelit atmosphere in St Giles’ Cathedral.

This year’s concert captures the splendour of the courts of Versailles with Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Te Deum, famous for its iconic opening fanfare. The Baroque theme continues with J.S. Bach’s cantata for the last Sunday of the year, Gottlob! Nun geht das jahr zu Ende BWV 28, and the concert concludes with festive exuberance in Bach’s Magnificat.

St Giles’ Cathedral Choir, directed by Michael Harris, with the St Giles’ Camerata, and leader Angus Ramsay, are joined by a stunning array of talented young soloists.

Please note: This event is not suitable for babies or young children.

View event map

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