A HCA concert for Christmas
A celebration of musical favourites, and the world premiere of: The Snow Queen - a magical adventure told through songs and poems.
By Mikkel Stjernberg - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 15 December 2003
New musical interpretation of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen" has world premiere at Barbican Hall in London at the Barbican Hall, Tuesday 16th.
The concert is written and composed by Paul K Joyce and is lead by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - conducted by Ian Hughes - and narrated by Juliet Stevenson.
Also, it features the London Voices, Burntwood School Girls? Choir, Sydney White as Gerda and Boy Soprano as Kay.
"The Snow Queen" is a celebration of childhood, innocence and the power of love to transcend evil and death.
Read more about the concert here!