EX CATHEDRA | Summer Music by Candlelight
Summer Music by Candlelight

Booking

Tuesday 18 June 2024, 8.00pm
St Paul's Church, Birmingham

Venue

St Paul's Church, St Paul's Square
Birmingham, B3 1QZ

Summer Music by Candlelight

EX CATHEDRA
Jeffrey Skidmore conductor

Sumer is icumen in - and we can’t wait to celebrate the return of warm, light evenings, birdsong and holidays.

As daylight fades and candles glow in the twilight, we invite you to unwind and enjoy an evening of enchanting music and readings. Expect choral classics, a sprinkle of surprises, and some fun as we journey from the promise of a new dawn to the serenity of sunset.

 

a beautiful evening - just magical

Audience member

Running time: 2 hours, including interval.
You are invited to bring refreshments for the interval at St Paul’s.
You may also like to bring a cushion for your comfort.

How to book:

£46 / £36 / £26 / £15 including per ticket commission
£15 - aged 18-30, not in full-time education
£5 - under 18s and students in full-time education

Book online or call the B:Music box office on 0121 780 3333
Ex Cathedra is an Associate Artist at Symphony Hall & Town Hall (B:Music venues)

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are sorry that we are no longer giving a performance on Wed 19 June. If you have already booked a ticket you will have been contacted by the box office.

Buy 2+ concerts & save up to £10.50 per ticket

There are considerable savings if you book 2 or more tickets at the same time from the B:Music box office. Buying 5+ tickets at the same time also provides exemption from the box office’s £3.50 per ticket commission.

B:Music operate a Ticket Exchange Scheme should your plans change.

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Jeffrey's introduction to the season

"Ex Cathedra is special. A highly regarded music critic once said that the choir was probably the best in the world. This is quite a claim and not only includes the technical virtuosity and unique chemistry of the singers but also the ethos of the ensemble, its ability and desire to communicate with audiences, its imaginative programming, its stylistic awareness and above all its humanity... Another leading commentator, festival director and respected musical thinker summed up our work by saying that Ex Cathedra was 'the most sophisticated, three dimensional and multi-layered of all the leading groups in the country'. This is high praise and something we strive to maintain."

Read the rest of Jeffrey's introduction here...