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Durham Cathedral

Nave of Durham Cathedral
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Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3EL United Kingdom
0191 386 4266 www.durhamcathedral.co.uk

Durham Cathedral needs little introduction, but if you’re planning on attending a concert, there are a few useful things to know.

  • Most concerts take place in the main cathedral building. Chamber music and smaller choral events also happen in Chapter House or Prior’s Hall: see individual event listings for details. You can get to The Chapter House and Priors Hall either through the cathedral, or by going via The College.
  • Seating is generally unreserved: for popular concerts in the main building, prepare to arrive about 30 minutes before the start time if you want a good choice.
  • There is no parking near the cathedral, unless by special arrangement. Street parking in Durham is free after 6pm – Church Street or Quarryheads Lane are good places to try.

Upcoming Events

September 2018

Sun 30 Sep , 5:00 pm
Ritual and Dance: Music for flute and piano

A recital by Claire Crinson (flute) and Francesca Massey (piano), to support the work of Durham Cathedral Choir Association

£15
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October 2018

Sat 6 Oct , 7:30 pm
ONE: Strauss, Butterworth, Brahms

Orchestra North East perform music by Richard Strauss, Butterworth and Brahms, with guest soloist, soprano Sarah Fox.

£16
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Fri 26 Oct , 7:30 pm
The Choral Pilgrimage: Sacred and Profane

Extract from Bosch Garden of Earthly Delights

The 2018 Choral Pilgrimage, conducted by Harry Christophers, explores how Benjamin Britten and William Cornysh mixed the sacred and secular.

£27
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January 2019

Sat 5 Jan 2019 , 7:00 pm
Bach: Christmas Oratorio

The Durham Singers with the Durham Singers Ensemble on period instruments perform Bach’s dazzling musical account of the Christmas story.

£20
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April 2019

Sat 6 Apr 2019 , 7:30 pm
Spem in Alium

Tallis’s 40-part masterpiece Spem in Alium, Howells’s deeply moving Requiem, with shorter works by Tallis and Vaughan Williams.

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