Sat 21 Jul, Christ Church
This twelfth century church is amongst the oldest buildings in Oxford, and one of the smallest Anglican cathedrals in England. It is also the only church in the world to be both a cathedral and a college chapel. Music plays an important part in the life of the Cathedral, and its choir sings throughout each week during term time. During the University vacations, many services are sung by the Cathedral Singers, a voluntary choir of both men and women. The Cathedral also plays host to many other choirs and concerts from around the world.
Capacity: up to 1000
Facilities: No parking facilities. Disabled access.
Anton Bruckner's motets stand as monuments of sacred choral music: expressive, peaceful, yearning, explosive. Alongside them sits music by British contemporaries, as well as 20th- and 21st-century choral music. Come and join the Cathedral Singers for this concert, which forms part of the celebrations of their 40th anniversary under director James Morley Potter and organist David Bannister.
All seating is unreserved, so please arrive in plenty of time to find a seat.
The ticket price includes a glass of wine or soft drink in the interval.
Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval