With the Brandenburg Choir
and guest artists
Celebrate the festive season with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra’s much loved annual concert series Noël! Noël!. Featuring the angelic voices of the Brandenburg Choir and Brandenburg musicians on period instruments, Noël! Noël! is a stunning showcase of Christmas-inspired choral music from ancient melodies to modern day carols, selected by Artistic Director Paul Dyer.
‘The December festive season reminds me of childhood, shared moments with families and friends and feelings of excitement. Noël! Noël! is full of gorgeous music from around the world inspired by those festive feelings.’ Paul Dyer
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of Alma Redemptoris Mater, a work for unaccompanied choir, written by a former Brandenburg chorister, now London-based composer Hugh Ronzani. As is the Noël! Noël! tradition the concert concludes with much loved carols, including the original German Silent Night, the haunting Coventry Carol, the spellbinding French Noel Nouvelet and The Little Drummer Boy.
From the mystical to the traditional and the poetic,
this is a Christmas experience unlike any other.
Palestrina Hodie Christus natus est
Hildegard von Bingen O Ecclesia
Traditional Angelus ad vinginem
Hugh Ronzani Alma Redemptoris Mater (World Premiere)
Merula Aria di Ciaconna Su la Cetra Amorosa
Juan Aranes Chacona A la vida bona
Purcell Bell anthem Rejoice in the Lord Alway
Mozart Laudate Dominum
Joel arr. Lawson Lullabye Goodnight my Angel
Traditional arr. Coelho Veni Emmanuel
Traditional arr. Coelho Coventry Carol
Traditional arr. Coelho Noel Nouvelet
Herbert Howells Here is the Little Door
Traditional arr. Coelho The Little Drummer Boy
Gruber Stille Nacht (Silent Night)
Wade arr. Willcocks O Come all Ye Faithful
City Recital Hall Angel Place Saturday 18 December 5pm
City Recital Hall Angel Place Saturday 18 December 7pm
St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral Saturday 11 December 3pm
Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Sunday 12 December 2pm
St Francis of Assisi Church Monday 13 December 7pm
St Francis of Assisi Church Tuesday 14 December 7pm
St Patrick’s Cathedral Thursday 16 December 7.30pm
St Peter’s Anglican Church Sunday 19 December 6.30pm
St Saviour’s Church Monday 20 December 6.30pm
(C) Steven Godbee