Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral
33 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EJ
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Faure Remembrance-Tide Concert

Salisbury Cathedral choir of boys, girls and men perform Faure's Requiem in a programme including JS Bach's motets Der Geist Hilft and Ich Lasse Dich Nicht, and Ian Stephens's The Salisbury Service, written in memory of Christopher Steinitz, a former Salisbury Cathedral chorister.

Thu 10 Nov

Spire Crossing

£15 / 01722 555120

Handel's Messiah

One of the rare occasions when the entire Salisbury Cathedral choir of boys, girls and men can be heard in concert in the building. Faure's Requiem is the centrepiece of this year's Remembrance-tide concert. The programme includes JS Bach's motets Der Geist hilft and Ich lasse dich nicht, and we are delighted to be giving…

Thu 10 Nov

£15 / 01722 555120

Handel's Messiah

One of the best-known and most frequently performed choral works of all time, Handel's Messiah is sung by the full Choir (Boys, Girls and Men) of Salisbury Cathedral and four distinguished soloists: Fflur Wynn (soprano), Robin Blaze (countertenor) Nicholas Mulroy (tenor) and Matthew Brook (bass-baritone). The singers are…

Wed 7 Dec

£10–£30 / 01722 555120

Library And Archive Spotlight Talk

An informative talk given by the Cathedral's archivist.

Wed 16 Nov

Free / 01722 555120

Light, Space And Time: The History Of Stained Glass

The creator of some of the most prominent stained glass in the world Brian Clarke delivers a personal view in an informative lecture.

Thu 3 Nov

Free retiring collection / 01722 555120

Reflection Drop In Tours

Expert guides take visitors round the exhibition providing insight into the work featured and the nationally and internationally renowned glass artists who made the whole thing possible.

Mon 24 Oct

Free / 01722 555120

Sat 29 Oct

Free / 01722 555120

Reflections: Glass Exhibition

Nine international glass artists from all over the world have created works in glass for the exhibition.

Sun 23 Oct

Free / 01722 555120

Mon 24 Oct

Free / 01722 555120

Tue 25 Oct

Free / 01722 555120

…and 12 more dates until 6 Nov

Shellshock Versus Cowardice On The Somme: The Life And Death Of Private Harry Farr

Professor Sir Simon Wessely hosts the third and final WW1 lecture drawing on his experiences as an expert witness and researcher.

Sir David Willcocks Memorial Concert

Memorial concert for one of the greatest and most influential choirmasters of his generation.

Sun 20 Nov

£25 including a souvenir programme / 01722 555120

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