The first LCSSP ‘BIG’ sing for Christmas is scheduled to take place on Thursday 13th December at 1.30pm in the Well here at Liverpool Cathedral. Entrance is free and all are welcome.
The programme currently reaches more than 340 children from Yr 3 upwards each week. The aim of the programme is to enthuse, motivate, challenge and inspire children by making choral singing a part of normal school life, which is accessible to all, and which does not conflict with other popular subjects such as sport, drama and dance.
Current LCSSP client primary schools include; Greenbank, Belvedere Preparatory, Emmaus C of E & Catholic School, Liverpool College Preparatory, Mosspits and Wavertree C of E.
We welcome enquiries from any Liverpool-based primary schools which wish to become client schools of the LCSSP. The programme is sustained ultimately through a financial-partnership between the school and Liverpool Cathedral, and we are delighted to offer the service at extremely competitive rates. We are also pleased to announce that any school which wishes to receive the services of the LCSSP on a trial basis is invited to receive one term of singing workshops completely free of charge.
For more information, or to book your school on to the programme, please contact
The Assistant Choral Director & Choral Animateur,
(0151) 702 7234 or
We look forward to hearing from you!
Be a Chorister for the Day
The Cathedral is hoping to find the next generation of choristers with a new-look audition process that offers girls and boys the chance to spend a full day as a chorister – including an opportunity to sing at the popular Evensong service.
The 'Chorister for the Day' experience is open to all boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 10, whether or not they have been in a choir before.
Stephen Mannings, Assistant Choral Director, said: “Girls and boys will have the chance to meet current choristers and ask them questions, get a real sense of the social side of being in the choir, and find out about the opportunities for travel and music education, all of which can come with being a choir member. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of this experience will be to sing in the Cathedral alongside the current choristers and Lay Clerks (gentlemen of the choir) during Evensong that day. We hope this will make the audition process much less daunting, and ultimately, fun.”