What better way to celebrate the Christmas season than a heart-warming concert of beautiful and much-loved carols?
Mornington Singers and conductor Orla Flanagan present a programme of festive Christmas music from the 14th century to the present. They will be joined be organist Andrew Johnstone.
Alongside well-known carols such as "Adeste fideles" and "O holy night" and others, the concert will all include Herbert Howells' warm and mellifluous "A spotless rose", Jan Sandstrom's intriguing reworking of "Es ist ein Ros", the delicate and spare textures of "There is no Rose" in a medieval setting, and Elizabeth Poston's "Jesus Christ the Apple Tree".
Thursday 13th December 2012 - St Peter's Church Phibsborough, D7
Saturday 15th December 2012 - Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, D8
Online ticket ordering finishes at 4.00pm on the day of the concert. However tickets will be available to purchase on the door. Doors open at 7.30pm, and the concert starts at 8.00pm.
When & Where
Mornington Singers are an award-winning Irish chamber choir based in Dublin, directed by Orla Flanagan.