The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and director Graham Ross have a wonderful few weeks ahead of them leading up to Christmas, starting with an appearance on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune with Sean Rafferty on Tuesday 1 December. On 2 December, the Choir and Graham will perform Handel’s Messiah in Cambridge, followed by a performance of the same masterpiece at London’s Union Chapel on 3 December where they will make their debut with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
This month will also see the start of another exciting collaboration, this time with the London Philharmonic Orchestra as the Choir prepare for the world première of Alexander Raskatov’s Green Mass which takes place at the Royal Festival Hall on Saturday 30 January.
In addition to their concerts with orchestra, the Choir will be touring their own Christmas programme around the UK and US, culminating in their annual performance at the much-loved St John’s Smith Square Christmas Festival on Friday 18 December. A full performance schedule can be found here.