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Dates & Time: Saturday 7th December 7.30 pm and Sunday 8th December 3.00 pm
Venue: All Saints’ Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
All tickets at the door: Adults 700/- NMS Members and students 500/
Festive seasonal music for choir, orchestra and organ
Britten~ Ceremony of Carols – With harpist Sarah Vohya and soloists
Carter ~ Benedicite – Joined by Cavina School children’s choir
Pieces for brass and choir
Christmas songs and traditional carols
And some favourite choruses from
Enquiries to the email address used to send this. NMS usually offers special rates for school and similar groups.
Nairobi Music Society Christmas Concert by Nairobi Music Society choir & Nairobi orchestra conducted by Levi Wataka
Dates: & Time: Saturday 8th December 7.30 pm and Sunday 9th December 3.00 pm
Venue: All Saints Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
Tickets: All tickets at the door Adults Kshs 700 NMS, Members Kshs 500 & Students(with ID) Kshs 400
Send your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org – ask about rates for school and similar groups
About the concert
We have a large choir, the Cathedral organ, Nairobi Orchestra and glorious music to perform, from the movingly tranquil to rousing celebration!
The programme includes two wonderful pieces by Gabrieli on the four hundredth anniversary of his death. Soloists Julia Njoroge, Joyce Tannian, Jo Cadalhon and Zak Njoroge, the NMS choir, a choir of brass players led by Bill Rowe, organ and Nairobi Orchestra will perform his O Magnum Mysterium and In Ecclesiis.
We are also singing two items from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, four favourite choruses from Handel’sMessiah and a variety of really beautiful Christmas pieces by composers from Germany, Austria, Britain and America, as well as a Kikuyu choral setting of Silent Night, specially arranged by Njane Mugambi. Our carols for audience, choir, organ and orchestra will, for the first time, feature a boy soprano soloist.
The concert is conducted by Levi Wataka.
Both concerts are at the Cathedral. On Saturday evening it will be in the Cathedral main sanctuary. On Sunday afternoon, it will be in the splendid new hall in the Cathedral compound, next to the Cathedral. It is a large and very attractive hall, with a newly-acquired organ from a church in England, re-built by long-time Cathedral Organist and a Life Member of NMS, John Dixon. For special arrangements and special prices for these or similar groups please get in touch on 0724 259 842. All such arrangements must be made in advance.
The Embassy of Spain in Nairobi is happy to invite you to;
ANTONIO DE CABEZÓN: 500 Years of Spanish pipe organ music.
Rodrigo Vicente Manzanal Ruíz will offer this pipe organ concert which will both celebrate the 500th anniversary of Antonio de Cabezón’s birth, organist of Spanish emperors Carlos V and Felipe II, and will also take us on a trip through pipe organ music of Spanish composers of later times.
Date: December 09th, 2010
Venue: All Saints Cathedral
Location: Kenyatta Avenue, Nairobi
SACRED (MAINLY) MUSIC CONCERT
Sunday October 17th at 3pm at All Saints Cathedral
The Conservatoire Orchestra is privileged to be hosting and performing with visiting musicians from the UK – Mr. Alan Childs (ABRSM examiner), Mrs Elizabeth Childs (professional flautist) and Mr. Dominic Childs (finalist at the Royal Academy of Music). They will be performing with us in this concert.
It is festival of Cathedral music by the massed choirs of All Saints Cathedral (over 60 singers) accompanied by The Conservatoire Orchestra. There will be works by Mendelssohn, Bach, Harwood and Tambling
Conductor: Alan Childs
Tickets Charges: ADULTS KSH 300 CHILDREN KSH 100
Nairobi Music Society St John Passion Concert
All Saints Cathedral, Kenyatta Avenue
April 24th 7.30pm & 25th 3pm
Sh500 Adults, Sh400 NMS members, Sh300 students
It is a glorious work, full of beauty and drama.
It has not been performed here for more than fifteen years so take this opportunity to enjoy it. The concert will last about ninety minutes.
The artists are looking forward to performing in the Cathedral again, and to singing to the sound of both the wonderful organ and the Nairobi Orchestra.