A Christmas Concert for the community. We shall perform Haydn St Nicholas Mass, Chilcott On Christmas Night and then the audience can enjoy singing some favourite carols.
Soprano Nadia Eide presents Winter Light – A Classical Christmas Concert. This truly is a show for the whole family, featuring well-loved classic songs sure to bring the festive cheer!
Nadia came to the nation’s attention on the ITV’s The Voice UK when she blew the judges away and became one of the finalists on Team will.i.am pushing the genre of classical crossover into the world of mainstream music. This Scandinavian-born, coloratura soprano has already achieved critical acclaim on stage as a versatile opera and musical theatre star, and is now breaking the mould of the classical crossover genre, receiving standing ovations worldwide for her concert shows. After securing two no 1 singles in the classical charts, her hotly anticipated album Reimagined rocketed to the top spot in the classical iTunes Charts upon its release surpassing the likes of Andrea Bocelli and Ludovico Einaudi.
This concert show will include festive favourites such as O Holy Night, Panis Angelicus, Carol of the Bells, Do You Want To Build A Snowman and many many more!
As a proud Ambassador for Earth Trust, Nadia is using these concerts to proudly raise awareness and funds for this wonderful charity! Earth Trust inspires people to address climate, biodiversity and wellbeing with the power of natural green spaces. Their mission is to champion access and engagement with green spaces for everyone so that together we take action for people and planet – working towards a society where nature and people thrive in balance.
Earth Trust nurtures inclusive opportunities for all people to discover and learn from nature – understanding ecosystems and our place in them, including how to care for the earth, and its role in producing our food. By supporting the Trust you can help us work with more communities, school children, young people and adults to access and connect with the natural world, enabling people to support practices that are good for the soil, climate, nature and human health.
In addition, Nadia is planting one tree with the National Trust for every ticket purchased.
Saturday 16th of December 7pm at St. Helen’s Church, Abingdon