Christmas with Corinthians

Thank you so much to all those who attended one of our Celtic Journey concerts. We consider them a huge success, despite the somewhat tumultuous weather, and your support is greatly appreciated. It has been wonderful working with Emma and learning such gorgeous music over the last few months, and we’re thrilled with the outcome.

It’s now time to turn our attention to the Christmas season! This year we will be presenting two Christmas concerts, one at St John’s Anglican Church and one at St Peter’s Cathedral. Our programme will include a varied selection of beautiful music by composers such as Tomas Luis de Victoria, John Taverner, John Rutter, Pietro A. Yon and Ralph Vaughan Williams, with traditional Spanish carols arranged by Adelaide’s Carl Crossin. We also look forward to singing our favourite congregational carols such as O Come All Ye Faithful and Once in Royal David’s City.

We are also delighted to present two People’s Messiahs again this year, one at St John’s and one at the beautiful Coriole Winery. For the uninitiated, a People’s Messiah involves the audience joining in on all the wonderful Handel choruses, with singing ability being entirely optional. The experience is highly recommended!


Concert details

People’s Messiah:
Saturday 4th December, 5pm at Coriole Vineyards, McLaren Vale
Sunday 5th December, 7pm at St John’s Church, Halifax Street, Adelaide

Lessons and Carols:
Wednesday 15th December, 9pm at St John’s Church, Halifax Street, Adelaide
Saturday 18th December, 9pm at St Peter’s Cathedral, North Adelaide


Bookings are not yet open but if you are a member of our mailing list, you will receive information as soon as it is available and you will also be eligible for preferential early booking. Please email us at if you would like to join the mailing list.


Christmas updates will be forthcoming. In the meantime, enjoy the spring!

-The Corinthians

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