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Conducted by Jonathan Hope, the Cathedral’s Assistant Director of Music, the Saint Cecilia Singers are a choir of about thirty men and women, from a wide range of backgrounds and experience. They perform up to eight concerts a year, frequently in the Cathedral, but often in other venues around the Diocese.
Their repertoire includes unaccompanied choral music from the Renaissance to the present day. They sing evensongs and other sung services, not just at Gloucester Cathedral but have been on visits to Bath Abbey, Durham Cathedral and Westminster Abbey in recent years. Once a year, they sing orchestral concerts too, one recent highlight being a stunning performance under Stephen Layton as part of the 2014 Cheltenham Festival.
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