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THANK YOU, MACKENZIE BROWN !

Chorister Mackenzie Brown was a great ambassador for the Cathedral when he sang in  St Paul's - read his blog here
 

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Mackenzie to sing at St Paul's Cathedral

This year, ‘Friends of Cathedral Music’ celebrate 60 years, and also the launch of their ‘Diamond Fund’ for Choristers. The aim of the fund is to raise £10 million to secure Choral Music in Cathedrals of the British Isles for the future.  A special celebration service is being held at St Paul’s Cathedral London, on Wednesday 27th April.  Each Cathedral has been invited to send one chorister to join with the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir for this occasion -no fewer than 62 Cathedrals, Abbeys and Collegiate Foundations will be represented at the service! The music to be sung includes all the ‘big classics’ of church music like Parry’s I was Glad, Handel’s Zadok the Priest, plus a new commission.  Cathedral Isle of Man Director of Music, Dr Peter Litman has chosen chorister Mackenzie Brown to represent the island at this service. Mackenzie who first joined the Cathedral choristers in 2012 is now 12 years old.  He attends Queen Elizabeth II High School in Peel, and is currently a singing student of Abi Ballantyne.  Mackenzie was awarded the ‘Kirkpatrick Choristership’ at Cathedral Isle of Man in 2012.  Dr Litman described the opportunity as both exciting and unique for Mackenzie, who will, for one day have the opportunity to join and sing alongside both the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir and other professional choristers from the large Cathedrals of the UK.  Mackenzie will be writing a live video blog during his rehearsals and service at St Paul’s Cathedral which will be available on the Cathedral website.  The 19 Cathedral Choristers sing every week at the Cathedral in Peel, and further details can be found at the Cathedral’s website www.cathedral.im

Cathedral Isle of Man’s new gardens

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Ticket details John Rutter Master Classes

Tickets are now available to buy for the John Rutter Master Classes to be held at the Villa Marina on Saturday 21 May 2016.

Morning session is from 11am to 12.45pm for Adults and young people 14+

Afternoon session is from 2pm to 4.30pm (with a short break) and is for Children and Adults.

Tickets for adults £8 and for under 18's £2.

Spectator tickets (come and go) are available £5 for Adults, there is no charge for under 18's, HOWEVER, they must have a spectators ticket.  Unaccompanied children will not be allowed in.

All tickets are available by contacting the Cathedral Office admin@cathedral.im or by phoning Val Garrett on 316001. Tickets for choirs may be block booked and will be released upon payment (will be held for a maximum of 3 weeks).

 

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Congratulations to Jack Oades

The Cathedral's Organ Scholar, Jack Oades is now an Associate of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO). Congratulations!

Cathedral Isle of Man’s new gardens

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THE LABYRINTH TAKES SHAPE!

See the first picture of the Labyrinth and follow it's progress here

Cathedral Isle of Man’s new gardens

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The wait is over! Jack Oades has arrived!

We're proud to announce the arrival today of the Cathedral's first-ever Organ Scholar!

The Princess Royal unveils the Foundation Stone

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WE'RE ON OUR WAY!

HRH The Princess Royal, in her capacity as Patron of the campaign, visited the Cathedral on 21 July to unveil a Foundation Stone in the Labyrinth Garden and take part in a Service of Thanksgiving for all that has been achieved so far

CELEBRATE HOLY WEEK AND EASTER AT THE CATHEDRAL

Come to the Cathedral and enjoy the beautiful, meaningful services for Holy Week and Easter

Great songs from small melodies

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Great songs from small melodies

The Dean and Chapter of St German’s Cathedral are pleased to announce that Jessie Quigley (pictured) has been awarded a full Choristership to the Durham Cathedral...

Regular Services Calendar

Sundays

8.30am Eucharist
10.30am Worship with Eucharist
3.30pm Choral Evensong (during term time)

Weekdays

9.00am Morning Prayer (Monday – Saturday)
5.30pm Evening Prayer (Monday – Saturday)
9.30am Eucharist (Wednesday and Holy Days)

The Cathedral hosts special services to celebrate events in the community, and the seasons of the Church year. Click here for more details.

Opening times

You are always welcome in the Cathedral, whether for worship or just to look around, learn more about the history, or perhaps simply to enjoy some quiet time on your own.

The Cathedral is open daily from 9am to 6pm.

We are open all year round, though opening hours may vary slightly on Bank Holidays and Holy Days.

Cathedral Isle Of Man Events

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Revolution - drop in Youth Group

26/04/2019 20:00 - 22:00

Revolution - drop in Youth Group 

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Organ Recital by Peter Litman @ The Cathedral

27/04/2019 19:30

A programme demonstrating the many colours of the Cathedral's fine 1884 pipe organ. Take a leisurely stroll in the gardens, and then step inside the Cathedral to enjoy this high quality musical event enriched by the wonderful acoustics of the building. Enjoy tea, coffee and light refreshments afterwards in the company of other music lovers.

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Low Sunday Sung Eucharist

28/04/2019 10:30

Voluntary: Freu dich sehr [Op65 No. 5] (Karg-Elert)

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Choral Evensong

28/04/2019 15:30

Responses (Wilby) | Canticles: Dyson in c minor  | Anthem: Magdalen, cease from sobs and sighs (Arr. Hurford) | Voluntary: Herzlich thut mich verlanden (Brahms)

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Cathedral Isle Of Man News

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Putting the fun into fundraising

Zumba in the Cathedral to raise funds for Cyclone Idai Appeal.....

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Holy Week and Easter at the Cathedral

Services for Holy Week and Easter

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