A wide range of services will be taking place over Holy Week and Easter, including many choral services and the re-opening of the Cathedral nave.
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We are delighted to announce that, following the end of the Cathedral's Gateway project, the lunchtime recital series (held on Tuesdays and Fridays during term time) will re-commence in May.
This sequence of transcendent music forms a bridge across many centuries, linking serene medieval plainsong with profound modern works. Haydns moving meditations on the words of Christ, written fro a solemn Lent service, were intended to be interspersed with sermons, which here are replaced by complementary works: Bibers ecstatic Passacaglia of the 1670s; Greckis Totus Tuus, written for Pope John Paul IIs emotional pilgrimage to Poland in 1987;
London Concertante give their debut performance at the stunning, newly-renovated Sheffield Cathedral with a wonderful programme of baroque music, featuring Vivaldis masterpiece - the Four Seasons.
Sermon, 16.00 Evensong, Revd Captain Ian Maher CA
10.30 Cathedral Eucharist, The Revd Captain Ian Maher CA
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See the latest instalment of the Gateway Project
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