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Christmas Concert 2016

  The Esterhazy singers performed their highly popular Christmas Concert at St Andrew’s, Holborn on Tuesday 13th December, under the baton of their new Music Director, Andrea Brown, who stepped in at short notice. The programme included Herbert Howells’ “Here… Read More »Christmas Concert 2016

Monteverdi Vespers

The Esterhazy Singers transported their audience to seventeenth-century Venice on 25 April 2016, when they were joined by the London Youth Choir for an extraordinary rendition of Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 in the City Temple. Period instrument ensemble The Little… Read More »Monteverdi Vespers

Christmas Concert

The Esterhazy Singers performed their highly popular Christmas concert at St Andrew Holborn on Thursday 10 December 2015. The programme included James Whitbourn’s playful Missa Carolae alongside popular Christmas choral music and readings by the talented Margaret Jowett. From ‘Ding,… Read More »Christmas Concert

Missa Cellensis

The Esterhazy Singers, performed Joseph Haydn’s sublime Missa Cellensis in the beautiful surroundings of St Lawrence Jewry on Tuesday 27 October 2015. Written for the famous pilgrimage church or Mariazell in Styria, this festive mass has always been one of… Read More »Missa Cellensis

Rachmaninov’s Vespers

One hundred years after its first performance, the Esterhazy Singers celebrated the centenary of Rachmaninov’s All-Night Vigil with a special performance of the much-loved work in the beautiful surroundings of St Andrew’s Church in Holborn. This masterpiece was sung in… Read More »Rachmaninov’s Vespers

St Nicholas

On St Nicholas Day, 6th December 2014, the choir performed Britten’s dramatic St Nicolas cantata and Haydn’s sublime Missa Sancti Nicolai in the beautiful surroundings of St Giles, Cripplegate – the parish church in the heart of the Barbican. The… Read More »St Nicholas

Dixit Dominus

On 6th June 2014, the choir performed Handel’s Dixit Dominus in a programme of baroque choral music by Handel and Purcell. They were joined by outstanding young vocal soloists Emily Owen & Robyn Donnelly (soprano), Katie Coventry (mezzo), Robbie Jacobs… Read More »Dixit Dominus

Oriana to Serenissima

Secretive and seductive religion, love and heart break were the themes explored in 17th century music, seen by many as the time in which Choral music was born. In Venice, also referred to as Serenissima, composers such as Monteverdi, Schutz… Read More »Oriana to Serenissima

The trumpets shall sound

On 19th December 2013, the Choir started the Christmas celebrations with a magical concert of carols accompanied by traditional sounds of Christmas from CityBrass and balanced with readings by Margaret Jowett. The programme covered many old favourites from carol singing… Read More »The trumpets shall sound

Mass reflections

On 5th November 2013, the choir performed a programme which included the rhythmically electric Haydn ‘Theresienmesse’ interspersed with motets between the movements. The motets provided a reflection on the mass texts they followed and included gems from Bruckner, John IV… Read More »Mass reflections