|Pachelbel||Canon & Gigue|
|Bach||Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043|
|Bach/Vivaldi||Concerto in D major, BWV 972|
|Bach||Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060|
|Vivaldi||Concerto for Two Trumpets in C major, RV 537|
|Corelli||Christmas Concerto op.6, No.8|
|Traditional||Selection of timeless carols|
|Tine Thing Helseth Director/Trumpet|
|Adi Brett Director/Violin|
|Katie Stillman Violin|
|Rachael Clegg Oboe|
|Tracey Redfern Trumpet|
Come all ye—Step away from the pre-Christmas bustle and find peace in a very Mancunian Festive Happening. Take a seat in the hallowed setting of the Albert Hall, sink into the classics as played by trumpet sensation Tine Thing Helseth, and finish it off with a Christmas sing-along. There’ll be mince pies and mulled wine too. Perfect.
'Thanks to Manchester Camerata for trusting me completely in all my crazy ideas. You made me want to be honest, raw and real' Tine Thing Helseth — Artistic Partner.
CONCERT 3pm (Doors open 2pm)
SEATING AT MANCHESTER'S ALBERT HALL
The stalls are located on the first floor and the balcony on the second, with stair climber access for wheelchairs only. The seating in the balcony takes the form of stepped risers with no backs, and whilst these offer spectacular views of the hall, please feel free to bring a cushion for added comfort if you wish. Chaired seating is provided in the stalls. Within each price band area, seating is unreserved and so will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note, seat numbers displayed on the booking website do not apply. Venue and seating details here.
Tickets will be available on the door from 2pm on Sunday 18 December (Albert Hall). Cash only.
£35, £28, £20 (£3 Students)