8 College Yard,
Events at this Venue
|Fri 6 Mar - Sat 31 Dec||King John, Magna Carta and Worcester Cathedral Exh|
|Tue 20 Sep - Thu 6 Oct||Medieval Law|
|Sat 1 Oct||Thomas Ospital - Organ Recital|
|Fri 6 May - Sat 31 Dec||WWI - Worcestershire & World War One|
|Sun 2 Oct||Away to Sing - this event has been cancelled|
|Mon 3 Oct||Free Lunchtime Piano Recital|
In a major classical concert at Worcester Cathedral this autumn, Worcester Festival Choral Society performs two, passionate choral masterworks written two centuries apart.
Haydn’s Mass in D Minor of 1798 – popularly known as the Nelson Mass after the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 - is one of his most well-known and beloved works. Featuring glorious choral passages, powerful orchestration and 'fireworks' from the soprano soloist, this is an unmissable chance to enjoy a true musical masterpiece.
A contemporary piece of traditional beauty, Lauridsen’s 1997 Lux Aeterna - Eternal Light - is described by the American composer as “an intimate work of quiet serenity, symbolising hope, reassurance, goodness and illumination.” Based on Latin texts that all relate to light, Lux Aeterna creates an exquisite choral experience.
Supporting Worcester Festival Choral Society – a Three Choirs Festival choir – are the Meridian Sinfonia and acclaimed soloists. The concert is conducted by Peter Nardone.
|Sat 19 Nov 2016||19:30|
£10 - £25 (some concessions available on enquiry)
SO 850544 52.18798 -2.21998
From J7 M5, follow the signs Worcester City Centre & follow brown tourist signs. Travel along down London Road. After 3rd set of traffic lights turn left (Edgar Street), continue left along Edgar Street & left (King Street) for car park.
- Baby changing facilities
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for educational visits
- French signs/guides
- Gift shop
- On-site light refreshments
- Picnic site
- Public toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for conferencing
- Disabled access