So delighted to be back at the Royal Albert Hall in London and with the RESCHEDULED event of
#BeethovensNinth - 18th September 2021 at 19:30 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra #RPO and the London Philharmonic Choir
Check #Covid protocol and restrictions #royalalberthall
Royal Philharmonic Orquestra on Tour: Bucharest
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Music Director Vasily Petrenko perform music by Enescu and #Brahms for the 2021 George #Enescu Festival in Bucharest
Tickets for #Concerts at the Romanian Athenaeum.
Given the extremely high demand for tickets, the organizers have decided that 70% of the seats at the Romanian Athenaeum may go on sale and for this reason, audience access to the hall will be granted on presentation of a photo ID and one of the following:
Recorded during Covid-19(Recorded prior to Tier 4 Restrictions)
The Story behind ´Silent Night - Christmas Carol
How, historically and internationally the hymn we all know so well was sung on the battlefield during World War I #WWI, when, during a temporary truce on Christmas Eve, soldiers sang carols from home. "Silent Night," by 1914, known around the world, was sung simultaneously in #French, #German and #English.
And now during the Covid-19 epidemic which the whole world has succumbed to its effects the ringing sounds of songs and hymns like Silent Night is so much needed and remembered. The composition has been translated into over 300 languages with many different arrangements for various voices and ensembles.
It was Christmas Eve, 1818, when the now-famous carol ´Silent Night´, performed in St. Nicholas Church in Oberndorf in the Austrian village not long after the #Napoleonic wars had taken their toll. Joseph Mohr, the young priest who wrote the lyrics, played the guitar and sang along with Franz Xaver Gruber, the choir director who had written the melody.
Silent Night in London Voice/Violin/Piano - Nicole Crespo O'Donoghue
Mastering - Luis Miguel Valles Video Assistants - Alexander Fedor Crespo & Ediden Ben
(Recorded prior to Tier 4 Restrictions)
#ClassicFM has joined forces with Battersea #Dogs & #Cats Home to broadcast its first ever programme dedicated to pets – and their owners.
On Saturday 3 November, to coincide with the busiest night for firework displays across the UK, Classic FM presenter and dog-lover Bill Turnbull hosted a special programme to help keep pets calm and relaxed during the noise and bright lights.
Classic FM’s Pet Sounds, presented in association with #Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, offers a perfect selection of the most soothing #classical #music to calm pets’ nerves and ease their anxiety throughout the evening.
General Post Office, Dublin, Ireland
Christmas Carols and Music in the GPO Dublin Ireland 2020
Covid-19 restictions may apply, Check GPO information