The Cathedral Choristers of Britain in concert
Some 100 singers, including choristers from nearly 40 cathedrals and other choral foundations from across Britain, will perform live at Liverpool Cathedral on 13 June, only the second concert of its kind since The Cathedral Choristers of Britain was formed in 2016. Dubbed at the time of their first concert as ‘the world’s first cathedral supergroup’, the Cathedral Choristers of Britain’s performance will bring together boy and girl choristers from cathedrals and other places of worship ranging from the Isle of Man to Norwich, Bangor to Cambridge, Edinburgh to Exeter, and of course the choristers of both Liverpool cathedrals. John Rutter, the acclaimed composer, will speak at the concert. Much loved favourites like Handel’s Zadok the Priest, Allegri’s Miserere, Howard Goodall’s Psalm 23 (The Vicar of Dibley theme tune) and Parry’s I Was Glad will be performed as well as works by Fauré, Vaughan Williams, Tavener and The Beatles, along with a new work by Richard Shephard specially commissioned for the concert.
Event Date: Thursday 13th June – Thursday 13th June 2019
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