Our Concerts

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25 November 2017: Make a Joyful Noise

— Mingling beautiful settings of the Lord’s Prayer through the ages with joyful psalms and carols.

7:30 pm, St Olave’s Church Marygate, York ( view map)
Tickets: £12 (concessions: £8, students: £6). Available on the door or reserve in advance.

For centuries composers have been inspired by the Lord’s Prayer. Some of the most beautiful settings will be sung alongside joyful psalms and carols, including a piece by Bob Chilcott written for the 50th anniversary of the Micklegate Singers in 2013.

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2 December 2017: Make a Joyful Noise (repeat)

— Mingling beautiful settings of the Lord’s Prayer through the ages with joyful psalms and carols.

7:30 pm, All Saints’, Kirkbymoorside Kirkbymoorside, York ( view map)
Tickets: £12 (concessions: £8, students: £6). Available on the door.

A second chance to hear our Winter concert, this time in the market town of Kirkbymoorside!

For centuries composers have been inspired by the Lord’s Prayer. Some of the most beautiful settings will be sung alongside joyful psalms and carols, including a piece by Bob Chilcott written for the 50th anniversary of the Micklegate Singers in 2013.

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21 December 2017: Carols at St Helen Stonegate

— A festive break from Christmas shopping in aid of St Leonard’s Hospice

7:00 pm, St Helen’s Church St Helen’s Square, York ( view map)

The Micklegate Singers (and friends) present an evening of carols and Christmas music in the beautiful fifteenth century church of St Helen’s. Drop in and relax in a haven from the late night shopping bustle.

Entry is free but please give generously to the collection boxes for St Leonard’s Hospice.

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24 March 2018: Songs and Dances

— An evening of global choral music, inspired by folk, jazz, dance, love and reflection.

7:30 pm, St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel St. Saviourgate, York ( view map)
Tickets: £12 (concessions: £8, students: £6). Available on the door.

From hypnotic and romantic choral settings to the classic melodies of dance and jazz, this celebration of the fusion of music and movement draws on pieces from around the globe, featuring works by Ešenvalds, Kodály, Frank Bridge and Duke Ellington.

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7 July 2018: York Connections

— We celebrate the creativity and history of the city of York, from the Minster to the University, at the Late Music Festival

1:00 pm, St. Saviourgate Unitarian Chapel St. Saviourgate, York ( view map)
Tickets: £12 (concessions: £8, students: £6). Available on the door.

For our performance at York’s Late Music Festival, we draw inspiration from the centenary year of Dr Francis Jackson, a longstanding Director of Music at York Minster. Music by composers with links to York’s rich history and vibrant modern culture is showcased, including a specially-written piece by local composer Rose Hall.

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