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Carol concert

Music, Carols and Readings for Christmas

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St Peter's Church, Eaton Square 119 Eaton Square London SW1W 9AL United Kingdom

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Carol Concert

Music, Carols and Readings for Christmas

Conductor: Joanna Tomlinson

Organ: Ian Tindale

Concert Programme

Whitehall Choir will perform beautiful seasonal music at their ever-popular carol concert. Alongside favourite carols such as Harold Darke’s In the Bleak Midwinter, they will sing some less known music including There is no Rose by Alison Willis and Summer is Gone by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. The concert will also feature an arrangement by Roxanna Panufnik of a Ukrainian carol, alongside Carol of the Bells by Mykola Leontovych and the poem Folk Scene by Ivan Malkovych. The beautiful collage below, Into the World by Lyubov Panchenko hangs in the Ukrainian Sixtiers Dissident Movement Museum in Kiev. Sadly the artist died earlier this year during the Russian occupation of Bucha.

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Our Christmas concert not only gives the opportunity to reflect but also to celebrate the joy of the season and for members of the audience to join in with their favourite carols.

Whitehall Choir, under its dynamic Music Director Joanna Tomlinson, is one of London’s leading amateur choirs.

Joanna Tomlinson is also Principal Conductor of the National Youth Choir of Great Britain Girls’ Choir and Artistic Director of Constanza Chorus. Recent engagements include conducting Vaughan Williams’ Sea Symphony with the London Mozart Players.

Ian Tindale, accompanist of Whitehall Choir, was awarded the Pianist’s Prize at the Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation Song Competition in 2017. Recent engagements include song recitals across Europe and the UK, including performances at the Leeds Lieder and Ryedale Festivals, and frequent appearances as a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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