Norway’s very own 900 years old Nidaros Cathedral Men and Boys Choir (Nidarosdomens Guttekor) wll on 20 and 21 October 2017 perform at the Esplanade Concert Hall. The Choir’s wide repertoire of traditional and classical works, including the choral repertoire staple Messa di Gloria by Giacomo Puccini, is enchanting to say the least. This is also the first time this Mass composed for a full orchestra and 8-part choir is performed in its entirety in Singapore. Audiences will also be treated to Norwegian folk songs that is rarely heard in Singapore.
Licha Stelaus Productions is representing the Nidaros choir. The company was created to represent truly remarkable young talented musicians and performing artists from around the world to share their music with a global audience. The company believes performances like this are more than commercial activities:
“Exceptional performances are the key to breaking down barriers and connecting strangers through a shared emotional experience, regardless of their differences. Our goal is to bring Singaporeans experiences they will cherish for years to come as their spirits are lifted by exquisite musical performances by young artists from around the world right on our own shores,” says .Ms. Mryshale Ee, Senior Business Manager of Licha Stelaus Productions to ScandAsia.
The company offers scandasia visitors a 10% discount (Code NORSK17) of general ticket purchases, as well as corporations in Singapore an exclusive discount of 30% with a minimum purchase of 40 tickets.
“This offer is available till day of the concerts but book your tickets now to ensure the seats you want,” Ms. Ee says.
Last year, a similar performance was attended by over 800 visitors. Red more: http://scandasia.com/norwegian-boys-choir-attracts-850-guests-to-church-concert/
Nidarosdomens Guttekor originates from the Norwegian city of Trondheim. The choir represents a tradition of boy and men cathedral choristers in the Nidaros Cathedral that dates back to the 11th century. When Norwegian and English stonemasons arrived in Trondheim to build the Christchurch, a precursor to the Nidaros Cathedral, they would bring their family with them and settle in the village. Priests then taught the boys Gregorian liturgy taught them to read and write and participating in church services, originating the modern boys choir tradition of the cathedral we see today.
The choir is also active outside of the cathedral and serves as cultural ambassadors of Norway at international events. Nidarosdomens Guttekor also sings in Coronations, State and Royal events apart from their tours and concerts. On 31 October, just days after the Singapore Tour, the choir will be singing for HM the King and the Royal Family in Norway’s State celebration of 500th Anniversary of Reformation at Nidaros Cathedral.
When: For two nights only on 20 and 21 October 2017
Where: Esplanade Concert Hall
How: Tickets are available at $70, $90, $120, $130, $150 & $170. For detailed information visit SISTIC (http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/cchoir1017)