Date: Friday 28th February 2020
Truro Cathedral Choir Spring Concert
Howells Requiem, and works by Bairstow, Harris, Bainton, Parry and Walton.
The programme for Truro Cathedral Choir’s Spring concert is built around the deeply personal Requiem by Herbert Howells.
The six short movements will be split into three groups of two and interspersed with much-loved choral works that can be heard afresh in the light of Howells’s poignant music: Bairstow’s Blessed city, Harris’ Strengthen ye the weak hands, Bainton’s And I saw a new heaven and Walton’s Jubilate.
How you can help us…
We are once again offering a ‘Supporter Ticket’ option – Truro Cathedral is a self-funded organisation and does not receive regular government or Church of England support. We rely on public donations to cover the £1 million plus per year it costs to run and maintain Cornwall’s only cathedral.
The cathedral choir is an integral part of the cathedral and the Supporter Ticket has been introduced as an option for those wanting to help support and maintain the work of the cathedral choir throughout the year. £1.50 from each Supporter Ticket goes directly to the Truro Cathedral Music fund – set up to support the choir. Thank you.
Keep in touch
We would encourage everyone purchasing tickets for the concert to consent to contact from the cathedral, to ensure we are able to keep you updated regarding the choir’s events and activities throughout the year.
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