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Upcoming Cathedral Arts Events

2014 – 2015 Fall Season


REMEMBRANCE

Cathedral Arts is not hosting a Remembrance event this year. But you may wish to consider this event that especially recalls the First and Second World Wars:

A SOLDIER’S STORY
“A Soldier’s Story”, a special concert for Remembrance Day, will be presented at 2:00 pm on Sunday, November 9. The program, created by Garth Hampson, will feature the reading of his father’s letters home from the trenches 100 years ago. Also featured will be Matthew Larkin and the Christ Church Cathedral choirs performing music from their recent tours to Commonwealth War Graves in Belgium and France. You will also hear the great sounds of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey in familiar wartime music played by the Stan Clarke Orchestra. The program will conclude with a very special Act of Remembrance. Tickets are available at the door. All proceeds go to feeding the hungry in Centretown Ottawa.

Location:
Dominion-Chalmers United Church
355 Cooper Street, Ottawa.

Cathedral Arts proudly presents

LE COURONNEMENT DU ROI GEORGE II
THE CORONATION OF KING GEORGE II

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 7:30 pm
Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa

Lisette Canton & Daniel Taylor
conductors / chefs

Le choeur et l’orchestre du
Theatre of Early Music
Choir and Orchestra

The University of Toronto
Schola Cantorum
de l’Université de Toronto

Les chanteurs de
York University
Singers

A revival of the Schola Cantorum and TEM’s critically praised sold-out presentation of the Coronation Service!

Reprise de la représentation, acclamée par la critique, du «Coronation Service» par la Schola Cantorum et TEM!

“VIVAT REX”

Tickets will be available soon.

 

Contact us:

The Cathedral Arts Box Office

Office hours are:

Sunday, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Monday, 11:00 – 1:00 PM
Tuesday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Thursday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
in Lauder Hall at
Christ Church Cathedral,
439 Queen Street,
Ottawa, Ontario.

Phone: 613-567-1787

Email: info@cathedralarts.ca

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