There is plenty of room at our services but if you are unable or it is unwise that you attend, we will be live-streaming our Sunday services through our Facebook page.
8am Holy Communion
10am Holy Communion
5:30pm Evening Prayer
The texts for this week’s services are here:
17 January 2021 Holy Communion 8am and 10am
17 January 2021 Evening Prayer sheet
Evening Prayer Service Sheet is below.
The Hobart Organ Society is proud to present…
The Romantic Organ: including the music of music of Mendelssohn, Rheinberger, Stanford, Brahms and Widor.
Played by Rod Thomson at St David’s Cathedral, Tuesday 26th January 2021.
Doors open at 4:30 for 5 pm commencement.
Please arrive early to facilitate covid-safe sign-in protocols.
By Edgar Allen Poe.
Part of the MONA FOMA Summer Festival. Presented by Archipelago Productions, featuring Kris McQuade and the TSO Chorus.
Set in an opulent abbey during a rampant blood plague, Prince Prospero seals himself inside with a thousand friends to party until death burns itself out, and it becomes safe to return to the habitable world. But their plans disintegrate when a mysterious visitor crashes the party, and their haven becomes a tomb. Poe’s influential and timely short story is a sumptuous warning for our era.
Building on the recent success of the 2020 The Bleeding Tree and Venus and Adonis season, which played to capacity houses, the creative team reassemble for a follow up production. The Masque of the Red Death will be a bespoke music-theatre event.
Tom Rimes – musical director and synthesiser
Kris McQuade – narrator
Tracey Patten – percussion
Matthew Goddard – percussion
Peter Warren – organ
Ben Winspear – director
Marta Dusseldorp – producer
June Tyzack – chorus master
Roz Wren – masks and puppets
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Tickets for this event are sold out. To join the waitlist for tickets please click here.
- Friday 22nd January 7:30pm and 9:15pm
- Saturday 23rd January 7:30pm and 9:15pm
- Sunday 24th January 2:30pm
The Masque of the Red Death is supported by the Salamanca Wharf Hotel
Part of the MONA FOMA Summer Festival.
Tasmanian multi-talent Joshua Santospirito teams up with violin queen Natalya Bing to tell a tale of part-marsupial figures roaming a deep-future lutruwita. Expect weird guitar, epic violinery, plenty of pictures, and a pipe organ.
- Thursday 21st January 6pm and 8:30pm
Tickets for this event are sold out. Please click here to join the waitlist.
A play by Samuel Beckett, performed as part of the MONA FOMA Festival 2021.
Please note: this performance is now SOLD OUT.
Performers: Jane Longhurst, Iain Lang
Director: Robert Jarman
In a parched landscape, beneath a drooping parasol, a woman stands buried to her waist in the earth. She talks and talks, ad-libbing for her life. Thus Winnie survives another day. Another happy day.
Supported by City of Hobart, Arts Tasmania, Round Earth Co & Blue Cow Theatre
All welcome, with easing of restrictions for Christmas there is plenty of room but for ease of contact tracing please book here
Our Christmas Service sheets are available below:
Family Christmas Service: Kids Christmas Booklet 2020
Nine Lessons and Carols: Nine Lessons & Carols 2020
Midnight Communion: Christmas Eve 11pm 2020
8am Holy Communion: Christmas Day 8am 2020
10am Family Communion with Choir: Christmas Day 10am 2020
Featuring the Choir of St David’s Cathedral, accompanied by the Argyle Orchestra and conducted by Thomas Rimes.
Lana Kains (soprano), Rebeka Hren Dragolic (mezzo-soprano), Alexander Rodrigues (tenor) and Christopher Richardson (bass-baritone) will sing the solos in this beloved masterpiece.
General admission seating. Doors open 6:30pm. COVID-19 Safety restrictions apply.
Thursday 17 December 2020 7:00 PM and Friday 18 December 2020 7:00 PM
Hobart Chamber Orchestra will present a program of string music at St. David’s Cathedral on Saturday evening, 5th December, at 7.30pm.
Peter Tanfield will again be musical director and soloist and his program comprises of a number of shorter string pieces and is as follows:
JS Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D minor (arranged for strings)
Johan Svendsen – Romance for Violin and Orchestra (arranged for violin
and string orchestra)
Ernest Bloch – Abodah for Violin and strings
Bloch – Prayer for Violin and strings
Svendsen – Two Swedish Folk Tunes for strings
Bloch – Nigun for Violin and strings
Handel – Concerto Grosso in G minor Op 6 No 6
Covid-19 arrangements and restrictions will apply. Audience seating will be limited to 200 seats and there will be no door sales. Tickets sales will only by via the TryBooking online booking platform, which will open soon. Click here to book online.
As part of the Burning Desire Festival, The Wolfe & Thorn are performing at the Cathedral on Saturday 28th November at 7:30pm.
The Wolfe & Thorn are Emily Wolfe on violin and CC Thornley on banjo. They specialise in Tasmanian folk music from settlement times to the current day, keeping the ongoing tradition of authentic Tasmanian folk music vibrant and alive.
An outlet for their mutual passion for folk & heritage music, Wolfe & Thorn play music from Tasmania, Australia, Scotland, Ireland, England, Jamaica, as well as traditional standards of Jazz, bluegrass and classical.
Bookings through the Theatre Royal Box Office online or call (03) 6146 3300.
We are sorry to advise that this concert has been cancelled.
To find out about other events in the Burning Desire Festival please click here.