The 2020 Cathedral Concert Programme

 
Take a leisurely stroll in the gardens, and then step inside the Cathedral to enjoy a varied programme of high quality musical events enriched by the wonderful acoustics of the building. Enjoy tea, coffee and light refreshments afterwards in the company of other music lovers.
 
Admission to all the concerts is free of charge, however these are charity fundraising events so please do give what you can. Unless otherwise stated all donations will go to support our teaching of the island's young people choral singing to a very high standard in the Cathedral Song School in Peel.
 
 
 

Saturday 19th September @ 7.30pm The Mollag Band

The sensational Manx band, the Mollags will perform for the first time in the Cathedral and will include some of their well known hits – ‘Langness’ and ‘Sellafield’.  Cafe style seating, this looks to be a busy concert so arrive early and bring your own bottle etc!

 

Saturday 17th October @ 7.30pm Manx Voices

The Island’s premier female voice choir present an eclectic programme of sublime choral music all under the inspired direction of Angela Stewart.

 

Saturday 28th November @ 7.30pm The Manx Wind Orchestra

 

Round off this unusual year with the frivolity of the Manx Wind Orchestra, great music and wonderful surroundings.

 

 


 
 

This series of concerts helps fund our teaching of music. It is our absolute privilege to teach the island's young people choral singing to a very high standard, and for this no charge is made. Additionally we fund the training of an Organ Scholar each year, and we provide all sacred music at the Cathedral as a gift to our Island community. 

Unfashionably, we have to fund music staff salaries and the costs associated with running the purpose built M L Wood Song School, as well as meeting the high costs of maintaining the Cathedral's pipe organ.

If you are able please consider helping us financially. Any amount, large or small, will be very much appreciated.

 Our treasured Choral Heritage - now, and for tomorrow.....