The Festival of St Cecilia: A Celebration of Music

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Help Musicians’ annual Festival of St Cecilia: A Celebration of Music will be returning to Westminster Abbey to pay homage to the Patroness of music, St Cecilia and the musicians whose legacies continue to enrich our lives through their music.

Under the direction of James O’Donnell, Organist and Master of Choristers at Westminster Abbey, the combined choirs of Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Cathedral will reunite to perform for another year. The service will premiere a specially created anthem and will reflect on our 98-year history as we approach our centenary in 2021.

Service: Westminster Abbey

Date: Wednesday 20 November 2019

Time: 11.00AM – 12.00

Where: 20 Deans Yard, Westminster, London SW1P 3PA

Lunch: Lambeth Palace

Date: Wednesday 20 November 2019

Time: 12.30PM – 15.30PM

Where: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 7JU

Tickets

Book your tickets now: tickettailor.com/events/festivalofstcecilia

Tickets for Reserved Admission is open now until Friday 18 October.

Tickets for General Admission opens Monday 16 September at 10am and closes on Friday 08 November at 5pm.

Service: It is FREE to attend the service at Westminster Abbey; guests are kindly invited to make a donation when booking. 100% of every donation will go directly towards the thousands of musicians who need our help every year.

For more information email celebration@helpmusicians.org.uk, call 020 7239 9114 or see the festival brochure here.

Christmas Cards

Each year, Help Musicians’ offers our supporters the opportunity to purchase Christmas cards. We have a wide selection of musically themed cards, including the popular Jackie Morris Christmas card.

Christmas cards are on sale Monday 02 September.

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