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Music for all - Cathedral's 50th anniversary concert

When
Saturday June 24, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Where
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
Tickets
£10, £7 concessions; £3 under 25s
Phone for tickets: 0151 707 3525
Phone lines open: Weekdays and Saturday: 10am to 5pm, Sunday 11am to 4pm
Other Sources: The Cathedral Gift Shop at the base of the Cathedral Steps
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  1. Overture 'The Consecration of the House' Op 124 - Ludwig van Beethoven
  2. My beloved spake - Michael Stubbs
  3. This Place - James Smith
  4. Ave verum corpus - James Luxton
  5. Jubilate Deo - Robert Howard
  6. Concertante for trumpet and orchestra - Robin Hartwell
  7. In this house - John Moseley
  8. Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang) - Felix Mendelssohn
  9. Fanfare - Kevin George Brown

This anniversary concert focuses on the splendour of the occasion of the Cathedral’s 50th anniversary. As well as Beethoven’s grand overture and the majestic Hymn of Praise by Mendelssohn the Society has commissioned a number of new works. These feature composers closely associated with the Society, the Cathedral and the City of Liverpool

To start the concert we have the premiere of a Fanfare by Kevin George Brown: his third composition for this building. Mike Stubbs and James Smith have both written for unaccompanied Cantata Choir; Robin Hartwell’s new Concertante is for Solo trumpeter plus the Cathedral’s Orchestra while Moseley has adapted an earlier work he wrote for the Cantata Choir to include the orchestra, especially for this occasion.

We are pleased, also, to have our first opportunity to perform works by James Luxton, the assistant Director of Music at the Metropolitan Cathedral and Dr Rob Howard, Deputy Head of the Music Faculty at St Edward’s College, the Cathedral’s Choir School.

Access for Concerts in the Cathedral is through the main doors or underground car park
Access for the disabled - The Cathedral is accessible using the lift in the lower porch from the underground car park shown
Doors open at 7pm

Refreshments are available in the Gibberd Room in the lower porch during the interval

For detailed information about venue facilities, access and tickets, please visit the Cathedral concerts website

Details of the Metropolitan Cathedral Golden Jubilee Celebrations 1967-2017 can be found here


Venue
The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King
Mount Pleasant
Liverpool
Merseyside
L3 5TQ
England
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