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Installation of the new organ
The new organ, which received generous funding from the Stoller Charitable Trust, is being mounted on the quire screen at the centre of the building. The project is a major step in achieving our aim to secure a 600-year music tradition at the Cathedral. The new instrument will provide new learning opportunities and support both the choir and the congregation for many years to come.
Published: 19 September 2016
Voluntary Choir on tour
Every year, the Voluntary Choir of Manchester Cathedral go on tour, often to a British cathedral, for the Bank Holiday weekend at the end of August.
This year, the choir were privileged to sing at Norwich Cathedral. The cathedral was mainly built between 1096 and 1145, with changes in the meantime. Its soaring spire is the second tallest in England after Salisbury Cathedral.
Published: 12 September 2016
Introducing James Mitchell
It is a pleasure to welcome James Mitchell to our community as this year’s Sydney Nicholson Organ Scholar. James is a gap-year student and joins us from the King’s School in Ely, where he has played regularly in the Cathedral for school services. We hope he has an enjoyable and productive year with us.
Published: 08 September 2016
Capture the Cathedral: The People’s Choice
For the past four years, Manchester Cathedral has organised a photography competition, Capture the Cathedral. Last month Gary Duncan was announced as the overall winner of the competition.
The winning photos and a selection of entries were displayed at Manchester Cathedral and visitors to the cathedral and Facebook followers were invited to vote for their favourite photo during this time.
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Capture the Cathedral People’s Choice 2016 is ‘Reflecting’ by Sandy Sharples.
Published: 26 August 2016
Manchester Children's Choir - 3 September 2016
Manchester Cathedral has relaunched Manchester Children’s Choir. Manchester Children’s Choir was founded in 1920s by composer Sir Hamilton Harty, who had the aim to make choral music and singing accessible to all children of Manchester and Salford, regardless of ability or background.
Published: 26 August 2016
Minutes of the AGM and Easter Vestry Meeting 2016
The draft minutes of the Annual General Meeting and Easter Vestry Meeting are now available to download.
Published: 05 August 2016
Capture the Cathedral: The Results
The Capture the Cathedral photography competition is now in its fourth year and this year’s competition was a great success. Over 200 photographs were submitted and the standard was excellent, making the judges’ role very difficult!
The overall winner of Capture the Cathedral 2016 is Gary Duncan.
A selection of photographs, including the winning entries, will be on display in the Cathedral until Wednesday 24 August. Whilst the exhibition is on display, members of the public are invited to vote for their favourite photo. Once the results have been collated, the Cathedral will announce the People’s Choice winner!
If you would like to vote for your favourite via our Facebook page, add the word vote to the comment section.
Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s competition.
Published: 01 August 2016
Visiting Manchester Cathedral during the summer
This summer the interior of the Cathedral will undergo a major transformation. A new organ will be installed on the medieval screen, a stained-glass window - the Hope window - will be fitted beside the statue of Humphrey Chetham, and a new visitor entrance will be opened at the east end of the building. Tours and access to some areas will be restricted, but our doors will remain open and services and events will continue uninterrupted.
Published: 27 July 2016
Summer/Autumn Events at Manchester Cathedral
Manchester Museum in the house, Zoo escaped from Chester, Science in the City, Choirs in the Nave, Vintage for the Bank Holiday, Gin for September and Heritage for the future- It's the Summer/Autumn Events programme at Manchester Cathedral.
Published: 21 July 2016
Family activities throughout July and August
Looking for ways to entertain the children during the summer holidays? We have a number of free family activities throughout July and August.
Published: 20 July 2016