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Christmas Concert for all the family

Location: England, United Kingdom
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Voicing: Mixed
Christmas Concert With carols, mince pies & mulled wine
December 23rd at 6.45 pm Harpenden Public Hall, Harpenden, Herts
Tickets: £13; £11 for concessions children half price with a £1 off all prices if purchased early.  Tel 01582-761246 or Email
Lea Singers - conductor James Sherlock
with Nicky Spence tenor & Belinda Sherlock: drums
Programme: Advent Responsory - Richard Marlow; O come all ye faithful (audience); Stille Nacht (with Nicky Spence) arr Andrew Carter; Nicky Spence solo(s); Away in a manger (audience + Kids); The First Noel – arr. David Maddux; O magnum mysterium - Morten Lauridsen. Interval. Verbum Caro Factus Est – Hassler; The song of the Ass (audience); Nicky Spence solo(s); Amuworo ayi otu nwa – Christian Onyeji; I'm dreaming of a white Christmas - arr JS; Hark the Herald (audience); Have yourself a merry little Christmas (with Nicky Spence) - arr Gritton
To get you in the mood for Christmas on 23 December the Lea Singers give a traditional Charity Christmas Concert, with ‘The Scottish Tenor’ 26-year-old Nicky Spence as special guest.

Nicky’'s debut album My First Love was recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and he has since recorded with Placido Domino and Kiri te Kanawa, and has toured with Bryn Terfel, Katherine Jenkins, Hayley Westenra, Lesley Garrett and Shirley Bassey. As a patron of Help the Aged and a Scottish government spokesman against domestic violence he is no stranger to using music to raise profile for charities.

Grove House Hospice, a day hospice providing free specialist care in St Albans, Harpenden and Dacorum for local people whose lives are affected by cancer is the beneficiary.
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