Ensembles: Wind Symphony, Brass Band, Youth Winds, Flute Quartet and Glenorchy City Concert Brass
Tickets at the door (Adults $10, Children $5, Families $20)
The first foundation stone of Hobart’s St David’s Cathedral was laid 200 years ago. To commemorate this auspicious event, celebrated film composer and orchestrator Ricky Edwards (Shine, Sliding Doors, The Lego Movie) has written a breathtaking hymn for an augmented Cathedral Choir.
Two centuries of noble history deserves a rich tribute. Edwards’ composition embraces the musical elements that have a place in that history: affiliated choirs, boy soprano and baritone soloists, organ, bells and percussion.
Also featuring is Puccini’s spectacular Sanctus e Benedictus for baritone and choir, and Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams for solo baritone and organ.
Honouring 200 years of living faith, profound hope, love and sanctuary.
Tickets available here.
Reflect on the good of “the Good Book” with the Dean,
Learn about the legacy of Bible Society Australia, the Bible and indigenous art,
Discover 2017’s mission at home,
Pray with us for the future of our nation.
To celebrate this our service on Sunday February 19, 2017, at 10am will as far as is practical be as Church could have been in 1817 with the Book of Common Prayer, King James Bible, and Communion Vessels that were in use at the time. We also have the text of the sermon that Reverend Robert Knopwood wrote for the occasion.
Come and celebrate with us.
Internationally acclaimed organist residing in Brisbane
Organ music mainly from Germany: Bach,
Max Reger and Mendelssohn Sonata No 4
There is also a concert Monday, February 13th (Regatta Day) at 5.30 pm Scots Church, Hobart
A programme focusing on French repertoire, both from the French Classical era and 19thC works (Guilmant’s Organ Sonata No 1)
Both concerts Free Admission
Part of the Blooming Church Floral Festival.
Tickets at the door.