Friday 16

ONLINE CONCERT ​- Premiering at 7:00pm

In a Southern Cathedrals Festival first, all the Three Cathedrals’ Choirs have recorded music here in Winchester for an online concert. The programme, which is hosted by Aled Jones, will also contain a series of short films about individual stories of the last year in the Cathedrals and the hope and joy of a full return. The music will include music by Palestrina, Bruckner, Bairstow, Balfour Gardiner, Hadley and a new piece by Joseph Twist (How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land). 
 

5:30pm - CHORAL EVENSONG 

Sung by the Boy Choristers and Lay Clerks of Winchester Cathedral 

Responses: Clucas 
Canticles: Wood in E flat No 2 
Anthem: Fauré - Cantique de Jean Racine 
 

Saturday 17

11.00 FESTIVAL EUCHARIST*

Sung by the Senior Choristers and Gentlemen of the Three Cathedrals 

Setting: Langlais - Messe solennelle 
Motet: Messiaen - O sacrum convivium 
Preacher: The Rev’d Canon Dr James Hawkey, 
Canon Theologian, Westminster Abbey 
 

3.30 FESTIVAL EVENSONG* 

sung by the Senior Choristers and Gentlemen of the Three Cathedrals 

Introit: Lloyd - View me, Lord 
Responses: Rose 
Canticles: Howells in G 
Anthem: Parry - I was glad 
 

* These services will also be live-streamed via the Winchester Cathedral website.

 

Hospitality

Due to current restrictions, the Festival is unable to offer any formal hospitality however, the Cathedral Cafe will be open for food and drink during intervals throughout both days.

Facemasks will need to be worn throughout all services, except when receiving communion, which will be in one kind. Hand sanitiser is available by all entry/exit doors. 

 

Parking 

We regret that there is no public parking available in the Cathedral Close, however there are a number of public car parks available only a short walk from the Cathedral.

Those requiring disabled parking access are asked to contact Bruce Winton, Operations Manager, via email at bruce.winton@winchester-cathedral.org.uk.