Christmas is a time for families and old friends – for well-loved tunes and good cheer. But it’s also a time of mystery and wonder: of silent nights, and sounds that echo across centuries. We’re delighted to be back at Cadogan Hall this Yuletide for two nights of beauty, wonder and seasonal joy. From medieval carols to visionary modern masterpieces, it all takes its inspiration from the story at the heart of the season: a baby in a stable, surrounded by simply heavenly singing.


  • Plainsong

    Salve Regina

  • Eric Whitacre

    Lux aurumque

  • Traditional

    Joys Seven

  • Jeremy Dibble

    Dormi Jesu

  • Kim Porter

    Benediction (premiere)

  • Ireland

    New Prince, New Pomp

  • Ribera

    Vox in Rama

  • Traditional

    This endris night

  • Alec Roth

    Lullaby Carol

  • Reena Esmail

    The Unexpected Early Hour – Lauds (from A Winter Breviary)

  • Margaret Rizza

    As Joseph was a-walking

  • Parsons

    Ave Maria

  • Traditional

    Wexford Carol

  • Kirbye

    Vox in Rama

  • Rubbra

    Dormi Jesu

  • Traditional

    God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen

  • Rose

    Our Blessed Lady’s Lullaby

  • Victoria

    Salve Regina a8


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  • Harry Christophers conductor

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Cadogan Hall

Box Office: 020 7730 4500

Set in a fantastic location in the heart of Chelsea, just minutes from Sloane Square tube station, Cadogan Hall has become one of London’s leading concert venues.

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