For over 800 years, this building has echoed with the sound of voices singing to the glory of God. Music continues to be at the heart of Cathedral life today.
There has been a choir singing on this site since the twelfth century. This tradition continues today with boy and girl choristers, lay clerks and choral scholars.Read more
The Cathedral Consort provides an opportunity for young people to develop their singing skills to a professional standard. They also enjoy the social side of being part of such a close knit team.Read more
Celebrating our Choral Tradition with our old choristers and singers.Read more
The Cathedral has a wonderful acoustic, ideal for choral singing. Visiting choirs are welcome.Read more
The organ was originally built in 1685 by Renatus Harris. This has been removed and repaired many times; however some of the original work, including the case and pipes, is incorporated into the present instrument.Read more
The Cathedral plays host to a wide range of musical events.Read more
This section explains the recruitment process.Read more