Carols in the Cathedral 2021
4 spectacular concerts at St Paul's Cathedral
Friday 17 December at 8.30pm
Carols in the Cathedral (St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne)
RMP presents its ever-popular “Carols in the Cathedral” – Melbourne’s premier concerts of traditional Christmas music, carols, and readings, presented in the atmospheric setting of St Paul’s Cathedral. A magnificent feast of spectacular fanfares and carols, and glorious Christmas music and verse, performed by choirs, superb soloists and majestic brass and percussion.
This year’s concerts will be specially designed to be Covid compliant, and shorter concerts presented without interval.
Music will include a feast works by composers from around the world, including ever-popular classics such as “O Come All Ye Faithful”, “Hark the Herald Angels Sing”, “Joy to the World”, and many more, as well as beautiful Christmas music by composers including Eric Whitacre, Ola Gjeilo, John Rutter, Dan Forrest, Philip Stopford, Sir David Willcocks, Adolphe Adam, William G. James, and more!
A Christmas event not to be missed. Celebrate the season in style and book your tickets now. Early booking is advised, as these concerts are very popular and often sell out early!
Vanessa McKeand concert harp
Stefan Cassomenos, pianoforte
Roland Rocchiccioli reader
Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir
Melbourne University Choral Society
City of Melbourne Highland Pipe Band
RMP Brass and Percussion Consort
BOOKINGS THROUGH TRYBOOKING Note that all tickets can be purchased via Trybooking on the RMP website, including Premium Tickets.
BOOK EARLY, AS THESE CONCERTS ALMOST ALWAYS SELL OUT EARLY!!!
DOORS OPEN 20 mins prior to start of advertised concerts
NB. ALL PATRONS WILL BE EXPECTED TO SIGN IN USING THE SERVICES VICTORIA APP, OR PRESENT THEIR PROOF OF VACCINATION CERTIFICATE UPON ENTRY.
Saturday 18 December 2pm, 5.30pm and 8.30pm
- Fri 17 Dec 8:30 PM | St Paul's Cathedral
- Sat 18 Dec 2:00 PM | St Paul's Cathedral
- Sat 18 Dec 5:30 PM | St Paul's Cathedral
- Sat 18 Dec 8:30 PM | St Paul's Cathedral