Photo credit: http://www.conandoylecollection.co.uk/conan-doyle-whats-new.html
Cut and pasted from the Cadogan Hall website:
Nick Davies Conductor, Mary Carewe and Michael Dore Vocalists
Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel Overture
Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Flowers
Hairston: Mary's Boy Child
Head: The Little Road to Bethlehem
Torme: The Christmas Song
Martin/Blane: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Anderson: Sleigh Ride
Waldteufel: The Skaters' Waltz
Pola/Wyle: It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
...and many more, not forgetting audience carols!
Back by popular demand, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Christmas Cracker is a delightful evening of festive musical gems. This enchanting and melodious concert is sure to fill you with good cheer as the Orchestra and guest vocalists get the yuletide celebrations off to an entertaining start.
Photo credit: aithine
I went to this tonight - It was OUTSTANDING and I loved it.
I booked to go to this because I could not attend either of the All Souls Christmas concerts (clashing engagements). It was a mix of carols, Christmas songs and Christmas music. It was great to hear a full orchestra again and the audience got to join in with many of the carols. And where it had the edge over the All Souls concerts that I missed, was that it was packed to the brim with traditional carols and songs. I am a sucker for tradition! Having been this year, I would recommend it and I will be there next year.
I have also now decided on the carol I will be running on the blog on Christmas day - it is one of the most traditional that there is and featured in just about every Carol concert that I have ever attended!