Landmark anniversary for top Cambridge choir

THIS Olympic year sees Cambridge Voices - one of Europe’s foremost choirs - celebrates its 25th anniversary.

So, what better way to celebrate than by performing Bach’s gigantic Mass in B minor, presented in the finest Lady Chapel in the world, here in Ely’s glorious cathedral.

The B Minor Mass is Bach’s single largest creation, which he never heard performed in his lifetime. Deeply spiritual, combining optimism with a sense of inner fulfilment.

Forty past and present members of the choir will come together for this one-off, momentous event from 7pm on August 27 surrounding the audience with a surround sound, aural experience.

The performance will be accompanied by the choir’s own, exclusive baroque orchestra, The Orchestra of the Age of Reason, led by virtuoso violinist Helen Roche.

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Together, they will create an utterly magical experience, under the direction of their dynamic and sparkling founder and director, Ian de Massini.

Tickets, priced between �16-�25, are available online at, via the ADeC box office on 01353 669022 or from Ely Cathedral’s box office on 01353 660349.

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