Sixteen Concert

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14 December 2014

The Sixteen: One of the world's greatest ensembles of both choir and period instrument orchesta

Sunday 14 December at 3pm

Tickets: £10-£60

Join Harry Christophers and The Sixteen at 3pm on Sunday 14 December as they perform a special concert of Christmas music on the main stage at Glyndebourne. Harry Christophers CBE is internationally renowned as the founder and conductor of The Sixteen and will bring his exceptional skills to this wonderful festive concert.   

Hosted by Chris Gebbie OBE, High Sherriff of East Sussex together with Friends of Sussex Hospices, this is a Christmas event not to be missed. 

There will also be a post-performance reception in Glyndebourne’s recently-refurbished Middle & Over Wallop restaurant where afternoon tea accompanied by a glass of fizz will be served. At the reception there will be a rare opportunity to meet Harry Christophers and the singers of the Sixteen as well as other celebrity guests and at the same time contribute to the vital work of the twelve hospice care providers that serve the adults and children of Sussex.

Tickets for reception: £25

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Further details:

Contact Marion Shepherd on 01435 812343 or visit friendsofsussexhospices.org.uk/sixteen

Dates & Times - Sixteen Concert

Date Start Time Interval Finish Time Ticket Price Ranges
Sunday 14 December 2014 3:00pm 3:40 - 4:00pm 4:40pm £10.00 - £60.00 Book Now

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