The Romanian Cultural Institute in London together with Romanian Orthodox Churches across the UK have invited the children choir Theotokos to sing Christmas carols in London, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow.
The 42 young choristers, dressed in popular costumes, will sing Romanian and international carols will enchant the various audiences.
The schedule of their tour:
7 Dec, 7pm: Royal Warrant Holders Christmas Fair in Duke of York Square, London SW3;
8 Dec, 12pm: Royal Warrant Holders Christmas Fair in Duke of York Square, London SW3;
8 Dec, 3pm: Southbank Queen's Walk, Cologne Christmas Market, London;
10 Dec: Romanian Orthodox Church, Edinburgh;
11 Dec: Romanian Orthodox Church, Aberdeen;
12 Dec: Romanian Orthodox Church, Glasgow.
More details to follow soon.
The Theotokos Children Choir was founded in 1987 by Archbishop of Alba-Iulia and since then it has been lead by Archdeacon Nicolae-Calin Bulac. The choir started with 24 children, increasing to over one hundred members from different schools throughout the city.
During 23 years of activity, the choir recorded three albums, toured in 21 countries throughout Europe, Australia and the USA.
The tour is supported by the Alba County Council, Romania and SC Kronospan Sebes, Grup Corint Alba Iulia, SC Mercado Alba Iulia.
When: 7 - 12 December 2010
Where: major UK cities.
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