Justice Service for the High Sheriff
The Cathedral will be closed to visitors from 12:30 to 16:30 due to this service.
Aria's for Abigail
The Abigail's Footsteps Charity Concert headlines tenor Jonathan Ansell, soprano Margaret Keys and Britain's Got Talent finalist Faryl Smith; supported by The Ruby Choir, a 40 piece orchestra, and a host of other artists as we look to raise funds to provide much needed local support and information for families that suffer a stillbirth as well as improving the bereavement training that midwives and care staff receive. Our Conductor and Musical Director for the evening will be the world renowned Philip Hesketh. The profits from the evening will be shared equally between Abigail's Footsteps and The Rochester Cathedral Music Endowment.
The concert starts at 7.30pm and ticket prices are £25 and £20 for seats in the main centre nave, side transept tickets are £17 (to the side and back of the performing area) and restricted view seats in the side aisles are £8. A VIP package is available at £75 which includes a pre concert reception to meet some of the performers and seating in the front few rows.
Please contact Lynne Bax on 01634 810074 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets.
Our host for the evening is Cheryl Baker - make sure you don't miss this very special event!
BBC Radio 3 Evensong
The Cathedral will be closed to visitors from 15:15 to 16:45 due to the BBC Radio 3 broadcast evensong.
Magna Carta Dinner in the Nave
Last few seats remaining! Please contact email@example.com or telephone Lynne on 01634 810074 for ticket availability.
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MMA Carol Festival
The Cathedral will be closed to visitors from 12:45 to 15:15 due to the Medway Music Association Primary Schools' Carol Festival.
WI Carol Service
The Cathedral will be closed to visitors from 12:30 to 15:15 due to the WI Carol Service.
The Sixteen: Handel's Dixit Dominus
The Sixteen choir and orchestra devote an entire evening to the glorious music of Handel, including his virtuosic Dixit Dominus. Conductor Harry Christophers introduces the programme:
‘Handel is one of only a handful of composers who was truly multi-faceted - a master of orchestral and vocal textures, both triumphant and profound. Simply compare the bustling, joyous activity of the Arrival of the Queen of Sheba with the dark, anxious apprehension of the Overture to Jephtha, and you will know exactly what I mean. However, it is majestic grandeur, alongside moments of exquisite tenderness, which overridingly characterise all the works in this programme.’
Harry Christophers conductor
Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon
Handel Chandos Anthem No.11 ‘Let God Arise’
Handel Coronation Anthem ‘Let thy Hand be Strengthened’
Handel Overture to Jephtha
Handel Dixit Dominus
Tickets: £15 - £30
Box Office: National Box Office - www.ncem.co.uk / 01904 651485 or Medway Visitor Centre 01634 338141
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