In the spectacular setting of Leeds Cathedral, the Cathedrals Group Choir Festival 2017 promises to deliver a variety of powerful and inspirational performances from more than 300 singers and musicians.
Involving choirs from 14 universities across the UK, the Leeds Trinity Cathedral Boys and Girls Choir and Skipton Camerata Brass; a 14-piece brass ensemble, this is the first time the annual festival has taken place in Leeds.
Hosted by Leeds Trinity University and supported by the Diocese of Leeds Music Department, the concert will see a fantastic performance from the massed choir of 315 singers perform Tu es Petrus by Sir James MacMillan and Salisbury Vespers by Bob Chilcott. Each choir will also perform their own individual pieces of music.
The event is ticketed, with concessionary tickets available for children, students and seniors.
Saturday 4 March 2017
7.30 – 10.00pm (Doors open at 7.00pm)
Great George Street
For more information about the Cathedral, please visit: www.dioceseofleeds.org.uk/cathedral.
Tickets cost £16 and £10 for concessions (children, students and seniors) plus booking fee, and can be purchased from our Eventbrite page.
About The Cathedrals Group of universities
The Cathedrals Group of universities are all based in the UK and have a shared commitment to serving the public good that springs from our faith-based values. As Chairperson of The Cathedrals Group, Leeds Trinity University's Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret A House, chairs a group representative of more than 100,000 students enrolled in Member institutions.
As part of the group, choirs from the different institutions come together to meet each other and share their love of choral music at the annual Choirs Festival. In 2013, the group celebrated its 25th Anniversary, with 250 singers drawn from 11 Cathedrals Group Universities to perform in Birmingham. In 2016 the event was hosted in Winchester, and in 2017 – in our 50th Anniversary year – Leeds Trinity University will host the annual choir festival in Leeds.