Join the young singers of National Youth Choir (9-15 Years) - Female & Non-Binary for an afternoon of beautiful and spirited music, evoking nature in all its forms.

We begin with the infinite view of the horizon in Emily Hall's moving Eternity. We journey through changing landscape and seasons from Ola Gjeilo's cold, bleak Tundra, via Errollyn Wallen's ode to spring love It was a Lover and his Lass to the summer wind in Sarah Quartel's vibrant Voice on the Wind. The musical journey is enhanced by other poetry, some written by the singers, as well as beautiful lighting, and visual projections.

Programme to include

Tundra - Ola Gjeilo
Winter Sun - Don MacDonald
Eternity - Emily Hall
Voice on the Wind - Sarah Quartel
From the Green Heart of the Water - Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Lake Isle of Innisfree - Eleanor Daley
Ladybird - Zoltán Kodály
It was a Lover and his Lass - Errollyn Wallen

National Youth Choir (9-15 Years) - Female & Non-Binary
Joanna Tomlinson conductor

Venue Accessibility Information

The Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall has spaces for wheelchairs and adjacent seating for a companion. Please let us know in advance if you would like to book these seats. You can access the building by following signs to the Concerts and Evening Box Office, entering via the walkway to the Music Research Centre.

Central Hall has a lift available from the foyer to the upper level of the auditorium.

Book a place

Ticket Quantity Price

Standard adult

Decrease Increase £15.00

Under 25 / National Youth Choir member

Decrease Increase £5.00

Complimentary Friends ticket

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