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A Rose in Winter
December 10 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm$25 – $100
Christmas is back!
After a three-year hiatus, Grammy winner Paul Halley will showcase his signature choir, The Choir of All Saints Cathedral, in a live concert performance celebrating Christmas. Entitled “A Rose In Winter”, this concert of song and story is a continuation of the Christmas concert tradition at the Cathedral that Halley established in 2008 upon his arrival in Halifax. The Cathedral Choir and Paul Halley will be joined by guest, Old Man Luedecke, in a reprise of his 2019 appearance in the genial role of narrator – to read and recite, to sing, and to, no doubt, play the banjo. A two-time Juno Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter, Old Man Luedecke delivers narrative-driven folk songs with a storyteller's heart. About the choir, Paul Halley remarks, “This is a spectacular group of young musicians. The vibrancy and fullness of sound and high level of musical accomplishment make this the best choir I’ve worked with.”
Only two shows of this much-loved holiday offering are scheduled so audiences are advised to get tickets early. The first performance takes place at St. John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg on
Saturday, December 10th , and the Halifax performance takes place on Sunday, December 11th in the glorious acoustics of All Saints Cathedral. Shows at both locations begin at 4:00 pm.
‘A ROSE IN WINTER’ – a celebration of Christmas in song and story The Choir of All Saints Cathedral, directed by Paul Halley With guest artist, Old Man Luedecke Saturday, 10th December 2022, 4:00 PM, St John’s Anglican Church, Lunenburg
Tickets at musiqueroyale.com/events