Únete al Madrid International Choir & Ensemble en una celebración musical en la que podrás participar.
Para celebrar el final del trimestre de otoño y el comienzo de las vacaciones, el Instituto acogerá un acto coral especial con acompañamiento instrumental. El programa combina canciones interpretadas por el coro y canciones en las que se anima a cantar al público. A continuación puedes encontrar la lista de canciones para prepararte con antelación. Jolly Holiday Singalong Program
Antes de empezar, podrás tomar bebidas navideñas a la venta en nuestra cafetería de 13:00 a 13:30: mimosas (zumo de naranja + cava), zumo de naranja, y chocolate.
Join the Madrid International Choir & Ensemble in a musical celebration where you get to take part!
To celebrate the end of the fall trimester and the beginning of the holiday season, the Institute will host a special choral event with instrumental accompaniment. The program weaves together songs which the choir will perform and songs which everyone is encouraged to sing in unison. Below you can find the list of songs, so that you can prepare ahead of time.
Holiday beverages will be available for purchase in the cafeteria before the Singalong, between 1 and 1:30pm: mimosas (orange juice + sparkling wine), orange juice, and hot chocolate.
Program for the Concert and the Singalong:
The lyrics to all the songs are available here in a pdf: Jolly Holiday Singalong Program
About The Madrid International Choir
The Madrid International Choir is an English-speaking choir in the heart of Madrid. The choir has no affiliation with any church or religion and welcomes singers of any faith or none.
Timothy Jones has been musical director of the choir, with Tanya Balashova as associate, since September 2022 when the choir resumed activity following the pandemic. Their repertoire ranges from formal, classical pieces to songs by contemporary and living composers. It is a truly international choir with members from Australia, Austria, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, the Netherlands, Scotland, South Africa, the USA, Peru, Venezuela, Wales, and of course… Spain!
The Ensemble that accompanies the choir is a group of formally-trained, volunteer musicians on strings and woodwinds, with occasional guest players.