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|Sat 29 Apr||Canterbury Choral Society Spring Concert|
|Fri 12 May||Informal Recital|
|Mon 15 May - Sun 15 Oct||Drawn to Light: The Hidden Cathedral|
|Thu 18 May||Celebrating the Work and Legacy of William Urry|
|Thu 18 May||Midday Recital|
|Sat 27 May||Canterbury Cathedral Open Gardens Weekend|
JS Bach: Magnificat
JS Bach: Cantata No. 11 Ascension
JS Bach: Suite No 3 in D
London Handel Orchestra
Zoë Brown Soprano
Sofia Larsson Soprano
David Allsopp Counter-tenor
Robin Bailey Tenor
Dominic Sedgwick Bass
Two of Bach’s best loved choral works come together in a feast of powerful refinement with outstanding choruses and arias from the pinnacle of the baroque era. Canterbury Choral Society has forged a reputation for its skill in performing in a period style even if with large forces, and the London Handel Orchestra return to enhance this sound-world and also to play Bach’s famous Suite in D, with its Air on a G string as one of the central movements.
|Sat 29 Apr 2017||19:30|
£28.25 - £11.25
Students: Students under 18, 20% off lowest three ticket prices
All of our ticket prices include a £1.25 per ticket booking fee.
Schools do not pay a booking fee, if booking in person and over the phone.
An extra charge of £1 applies if you would like your tickets posted.
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Canterbury Cathedral is located in the centre of Canterbury, within walking distance of both Canterbury East and West stations. Canterbury is only 30 minutes drive from Dover (continental ferries) and Folkestone (Eurotunnel), making it an ideal stop-over en route to London. Fast speed trains bring passengers from Canterbury to London within 56 minutes.
: 1 mile from Canterbury East/West station