Harriet Adie – The Harp at Christmas

£7.50£15.00

Stockbridge Town Hall
Wednesday 14 December 2022 at 7.30pm

Nationally renowned Harpist, Harriet Adie, will be performing in Stockbridge as part of her Christmas Tour.

The perfect way to start your Christmas!

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Programme

Allemande from Partita No.4 in D major, BWV828J S Bach
Christ was Born on Christmas Day Anon
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep SilenceAnon / Moutrie
I Saw Three ShipsAnon / Sandys
Conte de NoelHasselmans
Joy to the WorldMason /Watts
Huron Carolde Brebeuf
Tomorrow shall be my Dancing DayAnon
INTERVAL
Once in Royal David's CityGauntlett/Alexander
O Come, O Come, EmmanuelAnon
Ding Dong! Merrily on HighTabourot / Woodward
Interlude from A Ceremony of CarolsBritten
The Truth sent from aboveAnon
Sussex CarolAnon
Infant Holy, Infant Lowly Anon / Gellibrand Reed
Birds in Winter Preludes II and IVMichael Mauldin
The Holly and the IvyAnon
Noel NouveletAnon
In Dulce JubiloAnon

Harriet is a founding member of the internationally recognised ensemble 4 Girls, 4 Harps whose music has been broadcast widely on Classic FM and all the BBC radio stations. She is in demand internationally as an arranger and composer for harp.

Her works are performed by ensembles such as the National Youth Harp Orchestra and the Royal Academy of Music Harp Ensemble. Her London recitals include venues such ash St Martin–in-the–Fields and she recently won the London Harp Competition performing with the Philharmonic Orchestra in the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Stockbridge Music is delighted to persuade her to be part of her Forthcoming Christmas tour as she will be performing in our wonderfully renovated Town Hall with its perfect Chamber Music Room ideally suited for recitals such as this Christmas recital.

When you buy a ticket you will be added to our attendee list and your name will be checked off against this list on arrival. You are recommended to print a copy of your order acknowledgement email or keep a copy of it on your phone just in case clarification of your booking is needed on arrival.