Ely Cathedral’s to host Cambridge Voices’ Choral Extravaganza fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 10:05 12 August 2017

Cambridge Voices

Cambridge Voices


Ely Cathedral’s world-famous Lady Chapel will be the venue for Cambridge Voices’ Choral Extravaganza on Bank Holiday Monday (August 28).

Raising money to support the work of Babylon ARTS, the “dynamic and innovative choir, directed by founder Ian de Massini, will also celebrate their 30th anniversary,” say organisers.

“The highly-acclaimed choir will perform Duruflé’s Requiem, composed for choir, organ, cello and vocal soloists, alongside De Massini’s effervescent setting of the Spiritual, Do what the Spirit says! specially commissioned for this concert.”

Tickets, £29 for reserved seating, programme and an interval drink included Standard seating £21 (unreserved) / Full time Students £19. Advance booking for this unique event is strongly recommended.

Tickets, £19 to £29, are available from www.babylonarts.org.uk or by calling the box office on 01353 616991. They can also be bought in person from Babylon Gallery, Waterside, Ely, CB7 4AU, Burrow’s Bookshop, High Street Passage, Ely and Ely Cathedral Box Office.


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